The famous model is currently in the French capital in order to attend the final events of the Fashion Week. This was, however, not a leisure trip entirely since the beauty also took part in a photoshoot. It was conducted for Louis Vuitton.
The 33 year old model posed for pictures at Vendome. She flashed her endless legs in a dress that was all but asymmetric. The dress was part of Louis Vuitton women’s wear.
The photoshoot makes it clear that Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2017 collection is kicking off. The beautiful outfit was further accentuated by a pair of metallic boots and a silver necklace. Kerr completed the looks with the help of a classic beige trench coat. The model had gelled her hair in exquisite glossy waves.
Miranda Kerr is in Paris for the Louis Vuitton runway show. The Louis Vuitton show will be followed by presentations from Moon Young Here, Moncler Gamme Rouge and YDE. After these presentations, the fashion week will come to a close. The last item in the show will be Blind Fashion.
Miranda was not accompanied by her fiance Evan Spiegel who is a billionaire. However, Kerr stated that there may be an addition to the family on the cards.
The model was quick to discuss her future husband saying that she is very happy with the relationship. She also stated that the couple had set their wedding date sometime during the next year. It will be a very modest and intimate affair without much ado.
Miranda Kerr was born in April 1983. She is a supermodel from Australia. Kerr became famous in 2007 when she walked the runway of Victoria’s Secret as an angel.
Incidentally, she was the first Victoria’s Secret model from Australia. At that time she was also representing the famous Australian chain of stores ‘David Jones.’
Miranda Kerr has also established her own brand of organic skincare products. The name of her brand is KORA Organics. She has also written a book.
Miranda Kerr started her modelling career at a very tender age of 13 years. She has constantly been ranked at one of the highest paid models in the industry.