Miranda Kerr Covers Net-A-Porter's 'The Edit'

Miranda Kerr Is A Bikini Clad Knockout For Net-A-Porter’s ‘The Edit’

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Beauty and the beach! Gorgeous supermodel Miranda Kerr does what she does best — stuns and works that body! — for Net-A-Porter‘s magazine, The Edit. Shot by Mariano Vivanco, the leggy lady rocks summer’s hottest swimsuit trends, including Mara Hoffman swimsuits, a daring tie up bikini by Shimmi and sultry cover ups. She adds sizzle to a white one piece swimsuit, making it look anything like your mom’s favorite beach pick.

In the interview, Miranda dishes on retiring her angels wings at Victoria’s Secret, balancing her future ambitions with family, and yes, even being a victim of a burglary that inspired the new film, The Bling Ring. She also shares why she feels it’s important to take a break from being a superwoman every now and then:

On life after Victoria’s Secret:
“My ambition comes from my passion: finding what I love and then expanding on that. I am really enjoying having a more active role in everything I am doing. Being creatively involved, being strategic about the projects I take, making sure that they are in line with me and my brand.”

On allowing herself to be a woman:
“My mistake in my relationships has been to feel that I can do it all on my own: I don’t need a man. That is definitely a mistake. Women generally want to feel loved and appreciated. It’s something that I am working on every day, trust me! It’s a challenge for me to do that.”

On being robbed in a teen heist:
“The weird thing is that I am not attached to things: they come and they go. It could have been worse, that’s what I always say about everything. I mean, no one was hurt.”


Check out photos from Miranda’s The Edit feature below.

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  • kevin kelly

    What other reason could there be for Jay-Z to be sporting a piece of jewelry weighing more than 10 lbs. (5 kilos, reportedly) than to be flashing his bling, bragging about his wealth. I never hear about him donating anything to charity, much less any Black based charities. Whatever.