Miranda Kerr Models For Mango

Miranda Kerr Models For Mango
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A model as beautiful as Miranda Kerr could wear an outfit made from garbage and still look stunning. However we’ll probably never know what that would look like since she continues to secure opportunities with in trend clothing brands.

Recently, Miranda became the face of Spanish clothing brand, Mango, and to no one’s surprise, there isn’t a single garbage bag look in the line. However, the Victoria’s Secret model is still doing the usual: wearing whatever and looking amazing in it.

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Photo Credit: Jun Sato/WireImage

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