Archive: Miranda Kerr

Miranda Kerr poses nude in September’s Harper’s Bazaar!

Miranda Kerr poses completely nude in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar (which features Gwen Stefani on the cover). Miranda posed for the magazine wearing only a pair of boots!

Even though the Victoria’s Secret model appears nude in the magazine, she still opened up about her fashion faves. Miranda, who’s married to Orlando Bloom, also opened up about diet and staying balanced.

On her style icons: ”I have always admired Audrey Hepburn’s style and my Nan has always been a style icon for me. Growing up I would play in her wardrobe and was very influenced by her. She taught me that you don’t need to have a lot of money to have style. It’s the way you put things together and how you carry yourself.”

On her diet philosophy: ”I live by the philosophy that beauty starts from within and I make a conscious effort to fill my body with nutrients through the food I eat. Becoming a mother has made me even more aware and more passionate about nutrition and wellness. So much so that I am now a certified health coach practitioner. I love when we are all together as a family and I can cook really healthy, delicious meals for them. Most of my childhood was spent outdoors climbing trees, swimming in the river, riding dirt bikes and horses and I would like Flynn to experience all of those things.”

On her taste for adventure: ”I definitely still love motorbikes; however, since having Flynn I haven’t been riding these days. A lot of my adventures come from chasing Flynn around and watching him grow.”

On staying balanced: ”I believe in having a vision for the future but living each day at a time. Time seems to slow down for me when I focus on staying in the moment and that helps me maintain a sense of balance. When I’m with Flynn my phone is switched off and I stay away from my laptop. It means the time I do spend with him is quality time. Life seems to be busy for most people and if you know you are doing the best you can then there really is nothing more you can do than that.”

Miranda Kerr’s Vogue cover: Good or Bad?

I found Miranda Kerr’s new cover of Turkey’s Vogue, and my immediate thought was ‘meh, she’s looked better’. Huffington Post took it a bit further, and really went off on how bad she looks. What do you think? Is it really that bad?

On a scale from one to never, how often does Miranda Kerr look bad?

Yet we may have found one rare moment where the Aussie model appears less than perfect. (It’s probably because of the strange angle and odd lighting, but still.) Kerr posed for the August 2012 issue of Vogue Turkey, sporting dramatic wide-legged pants and a deeply cut top on the cover.

Lensed by Sofia & Mauro, the cover shot is one of Miranda’s odder ones: instead of admiring her lovely face, we’re given a perfect view straight up her nose. Her linebacker shoulders aren’t helping the matter.

It’s not our least favorite Miranda cover — that honor goes to her Haute Muse coverfrom December 2011 — but we generally prefer when we can see the model’s face… not just the underside of her chin.

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Miranda Kerr, Erin Heatherton and more ‘Angels’ show off Victoria’s Secret’s NEW lingerie line!

Miranda Kerr looks incredibly sexy in these just-released images from Victoria’s Secret’s latest campaign.

Wearing nothing but a camisole and french briefs, the mother-of-one and Orlando Bloom’s wife shows off her amazing body. Miranda has been an ‘Angel’ since 2007, and was the first Australian model to do so. She loves working with the company, and recently said, ‘They’re about promoting a healthy body image and a curvaceous image so, you know, it’s good, it’s good for us.

‘But I do think it’s important for anyone to have [an] exercise regime because then they feel better about themselves.

‘It’s just as much a mental thing as it is a physical thing.’

She added: ‘The first step is eating healthy. I predominantly eat organic when I can.

‘I eat extremely healthy because when I do, I have more energy. ‘I love spinach, avocado, lots of greens and broccoli.

‘I’m pretty much 80 percent healthy, 20 percent indulgent, because I don’t believe in depriving yourself.’

This year’s lingerie collection introduces the bust-enhancing Dream Angels and Gorgeous Lace Push-up Bras.

The U.S. lingerie brand, which has around 1,000 stores worldwide, is set to open a flagship shop on New Bond Street in London later this year, with further openings planned across the country.

Also pictured in this campaign are  ’Angels‘ Adriana LimaCandice Swanepoel, Erin Heatherton and Lindsay Ellingsonare.

PS: That leggy blonde below is Erin Heatherton – who’s currently dating Leonardo DiCaprio!


Miranda Kerr launches a new skin-care line, Kora Organics!

Supermodel Miranda Kerr has launched her own line of skincare products! The Victoria’s Secret Angel said “I was looking for an organic product that really worked for me, but I couldn’t find one.” The 28-year-old model grew up rolling around her grandfather’s vegetable garden in rural Australia, and studied nutrition before taking up modeling full-time.

Kerr has gone back to her roots, with a new skin-care line, Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr, inspired by her family’s own health and beauty remedies. A play on the word core, the concept for Kora ties into Kerr’s holistic approach to well-being—nourishing the body “from the inside and outside,” as she puts it. Along with natural ingredients like rose-hip oil, olive oil, and pomegranate, the secret to her line is Noni juice, an elixir said to aid cell renewal, which is made from a fruit indigenous to Tahiti, that Kerr has been drinking daily since she was a teenager. “I used to put it on my skin if I had a pimple or sunburn. It’s like food for the skin,” she says. Indeed, it is featured throughout the range of the line, in products from her Blemish Gel and Hydrating Day and Night Cream, to a gentle, paraben-free Essential Body Wash, which she uses to bathe her eleven-month-old son, Flynn.

Kora has been a huge hit since debuting in Australia in 2009, and stateside, fans like Gwyneth Paltrow will soon be able to shop her Ecocert–certified products locally as well as online. Manhattan dermatologist Dr. David Colbert will stock her range in his sleek Flatiron office, and Kerr is in talks with several department stores as well.

“I was really the guinea pig for Kora; I tested everything,” says Kerr, who had each formula flown to her from the organic laboratory in Melbourne where it was developed. The Rejuvenating Foot Balm proved exceptionally fun to try out. “Being on my heels all the time, I wanted to create a cream to put on after a long day,” she says. “And it doesn’t hurt that my husband, Orlando, is very good at massaging it into my feet.”

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