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

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 2, 2012

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.

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

  1. 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.

      • 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. 

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

  2. 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.

  3. 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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