Miranda Kerr Has Landed ANOTHER Major Fashion Contract

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  • It's been revealed that Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr will front international crystal house Swarovski's new campaign

    Miranda Kerr is the new face of Swarovski, it’s been revealed.

    Fresh from her jam-packed runway stint at Paris Fashion Week, the model and mum-of-one is adding the Austrian crystal house to her bulging CV, which already includes the likes of Victoria’s Secret and numerous magazine covers.

    The campaign images, which were shot by award-winning British photographer Nick Knight, feature Miranda looking radiant in an array of Swarovski’s most beloved pieces.

    Creative Director Ronnie Cooke Newhouse said: ‘Mix Miranda Kerr with home-grown English garden roses, Swarovski jewelry, Nick Knight photography, original Pharrell Williams music and you get beauty, warmth, coolness and desirability. Things we love…’

    Miranda was seen sporting a blonde wig at the recent Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week alongside model of the moment Cara Delevingne, and then sweetly reunited with her son Flynn on return to New York.

    Nadja Swarovski, Member of the Swarovski Executive Board, said: ‘We are thrilled to once again work with creative forces Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Nick Knight on our new campaign. Nick’s garden roses and Miranda’s freshness, beauty and glamour beautifully complement and enhance Swarovski’s modern jewels.’

    Swarovksi’s finely crafted jewellery and accessories are sought after by millions of women, and are sold in more than 2,350 retail outlets worldwide.

    The campaign is to break in Novemeber as part of a global media drive in 25 countries, with a TV commercial which features songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams airing in Italy, France and Hong Kong.

    Miranda Kerr walking the catwalk for Chanel SS14

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