Miranda Kerr is getting harder to keep up with — especially when she changes her good-girl to bad-girl image, and back again, so often. Whether it’s designing a teacup collection for Royal Albert or stripping down to well, nothing for GQ, the recently-single mother has definitely got our head in a spin.
The former Victoria’s Secret model’s cover for Vogue Australia July 2014 saw Kerr tap back into her typical girl-next-door character, if only for a second. Shots of her straddling a motorbike in Christian Louboutin pumps for Net-a-Porter’s The EDIT were released soon after the fashion bible's cover.
But the genetically-blessed beauty asserts that she's much more than one of the highest earning models in the world. “If someone asks me what I do, I say, ‘I have my own skincare line,’” Kerr explains of her KORA Organics range, which is also available on Net-a-Porter. “I don’t define myself as a model.”
Even though the feature has a large focus on her career path as Managing Director of KORA, the online retailer still manages to make use of Kerr’s lengthy modelling experience, plus her incredibly engineered body to showcase a mix of its fashion labels — paying attention to the accessible grunge, tomboy-type store favourites.
Dressed in pieces like a zipped leather jacket by Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, Rag & Bone denim cut-offs, leopard prints by Elizabeth and James and chunky Alexander McQueen boots, it's becoming increasingly hard to picture Kerr as the Australian doe-eyed sweetheart we've all grown to love.