Miranda Kerr Stars in Russh Magazine’s October/November 2012 Cover Story

I Watch You Move and I Can’t Think Straight – For Russh’s “Homegrown Issue”, the Australian publication taps top model Miranda Kerr for its October-November cover shoot lensed by Hugh Lippe. Miranda appears unguarded in the candid photographs with laid-back selects chosen by fashion editor Gillian Wilkins. The beauty radiates in pieces from Aussie labels and stores with hair by Renya Xydis and makeup by Amanda Reardon.

15 Responses to “Miranda Kerr Stars in Russh Magazine’s October/November 2012 Cover Story”

  1. amandachan Reply

    When I first caught wind about Miranda being on the cover, I got so excited! She absolutely stunning, and so incredibly fit! Setting this as my iPhone wallpaper for a good while.

  2. ugh, she’s styled like she’s in an urban outfitters catalog… not a good look for anyone over 18

      • Ridiculous observation.  State what you like about the clothes and the impact they have; the photography is totally unrelated.  Is he a wannabe because this particular shoot isn’t over-produced, over-stylized and over-processed?  It’s a breath of fresh air if you ask me.  Simple, natural.

        • No, no, you got me wrong. I am not attacking the photographer himself (he must be good, otherwise he wouldn’t be a photographer, right?). What I dislike is the editorial itself. It looks like something a hipster shot. I didn’t mean the photographer is a wannabe. 

    • Oli greene Reply

      i agree, it doesnt make sense to take miranda away from being the bombshell, she doesnt look her best here.

  3. I don’t like the styling in these at all. Looks very sloppy and all over the place. The concept of a relaxed Miranda was nice though.

  4. Helenahamp Reply

    to be honest, miranda looks good in anything and I think she looks absolutely gorgeous in this roughed up magazine issue. I love her ACDC shirt, and I was wondering if anyone knew where it is available? Much appreciated. :) 

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