Style Icon: Miranda Kerr Model

She is the only model that makes you want to spend thousands of rupees at Mango's outlet.


July 20, 2013
Miranda Kerr is the sexy yet innocent-looking Victoria’s Secret Angel.

For the world, Miranda Kerr is the sexy yet innocent-looking Victoria’s Secret Angel and Orlando Bloom’s better half, but to us, Miranda is the superhot poster girl for Mango, repeatedly seen on the 70% off billboards splashed across all major cities.

Undoubtedly, she is the only model that makes you want to spend thousands of rupees at the brand’s outlet. The Australian supermodel is one of the most talked-about women in tinsel town for her impeccable fashion choices and oh-so-sleek figure despite being a mom to an adorable baby boy.



Be it her appearance at the red carpet with Orlando or just a day out, Miranda always manages to look effortlessly chic.

The model recently made headlines looking utterly gorgeous in a bright orange dress with a plunging neckline while promoting Lipton tea in Japan.

So what’s this modern style icon’s formula for success? “For me it’s all about keeping things simple and feeling comfortable in what I am wearing.



I prefer investing in classic well tailored pieces,” she tells Harper’s Bazaar.

We believe this edgy, chic stunner, with her flawless off-duty looks, will continue to inspire style-struck ladies for life!

Published in The Express Tribune, June 21st, 2013.

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COMMENTS (1)

Faryal | 7 years ago | Reply

While a lot of girls are fans of the famous model Miranda Kerr, this article hardly does her justice. There was no relevant theme to this article. Very superficial. No introduction about her or the brand names she has represented over the years. She just recently became the face of Mango's campaign for fall 2013. Seems to me the author has copy pasted randomly to finish an article.

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