The Nine Most Miranda Kerr Things From Miranda Kerr’s Vogue Interview
There’s nothing like Miranda Kerr talking to make you feel horribly guilty about whatever it is you’re planning to do this weekend. Her most recent interview, which lies within the pages of that Vogue cover supposedly featuring Kate Winslet, is a real testament to this fact.
Everything and nothing at all is revealed in this
Kora Organics advertisement interview with Vogue‘s Laura Regensdorf, held on the eve of Kerr’s Kora Organics stateside launch. Read on, unless you’d rather attend happy hour and actually enjoy yourself.
1. Her airport outfits are better than what some people wear to fashion week:
‘Narita Airport, Tokyo: Wes Gordon dress, Bionda Castana shoes. LAX, Los Angeles: Helmut Lang pants, Isabel Marant wedges.’
2. She was raised on a diet of fresh air and goji berries:
‘I grew up in a little country town with my grandparents on a farm. That’s where I learned about eating organic, and the benefits you get firsthand.’
3. She uses noni juice like My Big Fat Greek Wedding‘s Gus Portokalos uses Windex:
‘I’ve been drinking it since I was twelve. I’d put it on my skin if I had a sunburn or a breakout. My grandmother introduced me to it.’
4. Her apartment is more opulent than the interior of some museums:
‘In the living room, an ornate carved-wood daybed conjures up a voyage to Southeast Asia, a Louis XV-style gilt mirror shares wall space with a framed fingerpainting by Flynn (today her son is at the theatre, watching his father rehearse for Broadway’s Romeo and Juliet). Overhead, the original wood beam ceiling, painted with scrolling vines and cherubs, lends time-worn grandeur.’
5. Her two-year-old son is at the theatre.
6. Her fridge is stocked daily with deliveries from Juice Press.
7. This description of the packaging of her Kora Organics line:
‘She obsessed over the matte texture of the recyclable packaging, “and I was adamant about the color,” she says of the tranquil blue. She even created a font based on her handwriting, which appears as a single-word mantra on the back of each product: GRATITUDE on the foaming cleanser, HONESTY on the exfoliating cream.’
8. Her unsuccessful attempt to relate to normal humans:
‘My legs used to be kind of scaly.’
9. She doesn’t have one single stretch mark despite giving birth to a ten-pound boy (as verified by the interviewer).