Miranda Kerr Has Become A Denim Designer So You Can Steal Her Style
Aussie model Miranda Kerr has been SLAYING the street style game for the past decade in plenty of sick denim styles, so it will come as no surprise that she's moving into the world of denim design.
Collaborating with denim brand Mother, Miranda has lent her signature style to a 12-piece capsule collection to benefit Sydney's The Royal Hospital For Women Foundation.
I'm so excited to finally annouce the capsule collection I've designed with @motherdenim 👖(see link in bio)! Proceeds from #MirandaXMother will be donated to The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation in Australia. 70% of the life-saving equipment in the @royallforwomen newborn intensive care unit has been purchased through donations. These vital funds help to save babies lives. I was a premature baby myself so the cause is very close to my heart ❤️
"Being involved in this creative process is something that I enjoy and the fact that it's for a great cause was the icing on the cake," Kerr told Vogue. "The hospital provides so much support for women and assistance for mothers and their babies."
The Miranda x Mother collection apparently features "...different washes, different elasticity, and shapes," in everything from 70s flares to button-up mini skirts, jumpsuits and even statement tees.
Sick jeans and good karma? Sign. us. up.
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