Miranda Kerr has landed herself another cover of UK Harper's Bazaar. The Australian beauty is photographed by Alexi Lubomirski and styled by Miranda Almond for the summery shoot. Miranda wears a cashmere cotton top and linen crepe jacket by Michael Kors, while Frankie, her pet pooch, dons a dog lead from Mungo & Maud.
Are dogs the new fashion accessory? This certainly isn't the first time Miranda's dog has landed the cover of a major fashion magazine. The duo were once photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia's September 2010 cover (you could almost hear the screams of envious models who couldn't land covers themselves).
Members of theFashionSpot didn't seem up for discussing the cover and insisted on debating Miranda's persona with Kite writing, "She really is the dullest and most fame hungry woman…I just don't get her appeal. She relies on pretty."
"I can't say I really get the Miranda thing. I find her very uneventful," wrote honeycombchild.
Abracadabra also didn't seem to hold interest in Bazaar's June cover subject: "Is it bad that I yawn when I see Miranda's name pop up? I can't explain it, but she gives nothing but a pretty face. I'm never moved, I'll say it again but the only thing I've liked was her [Vogue Italia] cover/ed but that's about it."
Enough about Miranda, what do you think of the cover? It's very summery which fits with the month. You can view the cover for subscribers in the thread here.