A new photoshoot for Miranda from Into The Gloss + an interview!

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« In beauty, I know what works for me. I have a Taurus in Mercury, so the way I think is like a Taurus, but I’m an Aries with a Cancer moon…and a Leo rising. So I’m really detail-oriented and very particular about what I use and how I use it. That’s actually a big part of why I created my own line. My skin needs to be great all the time—I can’t have an off-day—so I wanted organic products that could detoxify the skin but also put back all the nutrients from superfoods like noni. It’s an ingredient that’s been used for thousands of years in Polynesia—they grow it in Australia as well. It’s got over a hundred vitamins and minerals in it, so when you put it on your skin and in your body, it’s something you notice. It’s an ingredient in our Noni Glow Oil, along with rosehip and sea buckthorn, and I love to use it as a great base for makeup. I’ll mix it with the Kora Tinted Day Cream and my favorite concealer, « Un » Cover-Up from RMS.

Makeup for me is for work or for date night. Usually I won’t even wear mascara if I’m just at home. Sometimes I’ll put on the RMS Lip2Cheek in Beloved, which is good for daytime wear. But to be a bit more glam, I like Charlotte Tilbury’s line. It’s not organic, but life is about balance, right? I’m all about 80% healthy and 20% indulgence. She makes a good red-orange called Tell Laura. It’s matte, which photographs really well. But I actually prefer to wear a velvet finish—I think it looks better in real life. Lancôme L’Absolu Velours is a nice one that has a matte finish…but not too matte. Today, though, I’m just wearing Dior Lip Glow with a little bit of Laura Mercier’s Lip Pencil in Baby Lips for a natural, glossier look.

Eyeshadow is not my strength, but I’ll take the blush I’m using—La Prairie Cellular Cream Blush—and dab a little of it on my eyes as well. One of my favorite things to do is a simple cat eye. It’s not too fancy. And my eyebrows are a little unruly, so they need a lot of taming. Instead of a gel, I’ll use Glossier Boy Brow in Brown.

Oh God, my hair is always an issue for me. It’s been short for a while–short hair is harder to style, but you know what I did? I got a perm called the American Wave Perm. I heard it was the healthiest type of perm, so I did that. It was really great for during the summer because I didn’t have to do anything to my hair. I just would get in the water and get out and it would have this nice wave to it. My natural hair is dead straight, and I’ve always admired people who have naturally curly hair. So, that was an interesting experiene. I only did it one other time in my life, when I was little. The only other thing I do to my hair is use Klorane Dry Shampoo. Nothing else.

For something like the Met Gala, I like to have a good hour and a half to get ready. And I’m all about lighting. I like to dim the lights, light candles, and put on a good playlist. I love dancing, and I love karaoke. My go-to song is Peggy Lee’s “Give Me Fever” or anything from Shania Twain and the Dixie Chicks. I’m a country girl!

New York is the best city to go out in, but I live in LA now. The best party here is Madonna’s—she throws it once a year. For red carpet, I prefer something long, elegant, classic—something I could wear 20 years on. But for Madonna, I always wear a short, trendy cocktail dress, something fun to dance in, because the music’s always amazing. She always comes out and does a little number, but the music is what really makes it. Everyone’s really dressed up and no one’s allowed to take pictures, so it’s really private. You feel safe, and just have a good time.

Then when I get back home, I hit the sack. I always make sure I have a shower and wash my face. Makeup comes off no matter what time it is. I have never once forgotten my whole life to take makeup off my face before bed. And I’m obsessed with layering on the Noni Glow Balm on dry areas as a treatment. But that’s it. Pretty crazy, huh? »

New pics for a photoshoot!! FINALLY! And theses pics are for The Coveteur (the interview here)

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New picture from Porter magazine with our model for fall 2018!

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Miranda for The Edit!
2017 / Sep / 08

Magazine Scans from The Edit magazine featuring Miranda (with a cover).

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Miranda for BIJIN-HYAKKA!
2017 / Août / 18

Photoshoot and magazine scans for BIKIN-HYAKKA.

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Miranda for Louis Vuitton!
2017 / Août / 04

Photoshoot for Louis Vuitton featuring Miranda.

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Photoshoot from Gritty Pretty featuring Miranda.


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Photoshoot & Behind the Scenes video of Miranda’s wedding dress fitting for VOGUE.



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                             Magazines > 2017 > VOGUE US

On a cool May morning, just as a cloak of fog began to lift off the western hills of Los Angeles, Miranda Kerr ran downstairs and put a chicken in the oven. If it seems odd that Kerr should be making dinner on her wedding day, consider the surprisingly intimate scale of the nuptials themselves: a cozy affair at home with 45 or so friends and family for one of the world’s most recognizable models and her fiancé, Evan Spiegel, whose company, Snapchat, boasts close to 200 million daily users. But there was no need to pity this busy bride, whose apron would soon be traded for Dior Haute Couture. She was cooking only for her husband-to-be (Kerr’s slow-roasted chicken scented with turmeric and lemon is among Spiegel’s favorite dishes), while the caterer replicated her menu for the rest of the assembled guests. It wasn’t long after the couple got engaged in July of last year that Kerr began to dream of dresses, her imagination never straying far from the iconic gown worn by Grace Kelly at her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco, designed by the Hollywood wardrobe maestra Helen Rose and spun out of antique Belgian lace, silk, taffeta, and tulle by some 35 seamstresses in the MGM studios. Another thing happened last July: Maria Grazia Chiuri became the artistic director of Dior (and the first woman to lead the house in its 69-year history). Though the Australian model had never met Chiuri, here was the chance to live out a fantasy. “I think it’s every girl’s dream to have Dior design her wedding dress,” Kerr says. “I thought, If she’s up for it, I’m up for it.” Chiuri was indeed up for it. The bride-to-be met the design team in Paris in the fall, and sketches soon followed. Though she has often been photographed wearing very little, on this occasion Kerr sought long sleeves and a high neck. “A dress that fully covers you creates a sense of purity and mystery,” says the former Victoria’s Secret Angel, who in contrast to her runway swagger conveys a shy delicacy in person. “I’ve had a lot of fun with fashion, and I used to be more wild, free, bohemian. But in this period of my life, my style is more pulled back. My greatest sources of inspiration have always been Grace, Audrey Hepburn, and my grandmother, who at 80 has an effortless chic: a nice pant, a white blouse, a scarf, a little heel.” A few weeks before the wedding, Chiuri was in Los Angeles and drove to Kerr and Spiegel’s beach house for the final fitting of her first bridal dress for Dior. A satin skirt the color of whipped butter was already appliquéd with lilies of the valley. When the last button closed upon Kerr’s narrow wrists, Chiuri, in the counterpoint of her black biker jacket, grinned wide. “I have to be honest—she’s not a difficult fit,” the designer said with a chuckle. “She wanted something like a fairy tale, and she gave me this idea, to make a dress that was emotional and simple at the same time.” Both the mother and the grandmother of the bride wept when they saw her dress, but Kerr saved her own tears for the wedding day. To calm any matrimonial nerves, the couple did an hour of yoga together in the late morning (fittingly so, as their first date had been a kundalini class), but the bride still cried straight through her vows. She and Spiegel, in a Dior morning suit, had taken every precaution to preserve whatever intimacy is still available to a famous couple: A high white canopy was suspended over the garden to thwart helicopters and drones, and they established a ban on social media (even Snapchat). The bride entered to the strains of Arvo Pärt’s “Spiegel im Spiegel,” long a favorite song of hers but newly meaningful now that the word repeated in its title, German for mirror, has become her name. There was no bridal party, but ­Flynn, Kerr’s six-year-old son, served as ring bearer and also joined his mother and stepfather for the first dance, wearing a navy-blue three-piece suit (Dior, naturally) and a lily-of-the-valley boutonniere. By the time she was karaoke-ing to Shania Twain hours later, Kerr had changed into something short and lacy that ­Chiuri had concocted for the wedding’s looser second half. “Honestly, I couldn’t have imagined a more beautiful wedding dress,” Kerr said a few days after the couple returned from a honeymoon in Fiji. That Spiegel was visibly rapt surely brought satisfaction to some of the old guard that evening. “When I was young, my grandmother told me, ‘Miranda, men are very visual. It’s important to look good.’ I was like, ‘OK, Nan.’ ”

Miranda for VOGUE Italia!
2017 / Juil / 11

Photoshoot from VOGUE Italia July 2017 featuring Miranda Kerr.


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Miranda for ELLE France!
2017 / Juil / 11

Magazine Scans and Photoshoot from ELLE France July 2017 featuring Miranda Kerr.

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