Miranda Kerr wears another daring outfit at Paris Fashion Week

04 Oct 2014 23:23

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Since touching down in the City of Lights for Paris Fashion Week, Miranda Kerr has been putting plenty of skin on show.
After stepping out in nothing but a leotard worn underneath a sheer overlay to attend Shiatzy Chen's runway show on Tuesday, the model donned an equally seductive number later that day.
The Australian beauty wore a black lace dress that featured a plunging neckline and see-through panels all over to former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld's book launch on Tuesday evening.
The former Victoria's Secret model left little to the imagination in the daring dress, the slinky cut showing off her shoulders and the sides of her abdomen.
Earlier in the day the 30-year-old had kept her hair pulled back, for her second look of the day she decided to let her brunette locks fall naturally, and accessorised with large dangling earrings.
It was the second daring outfit of the day for Miranda, who wore a leotard underneath a sheer overlay to attend Shiatzy Chen's runway show.
The black ensemble was belted at the waist, and she kept her brunette hair tied back in a bun - looking uncannily similar to a look worn by 37-year-old Erica last year.
The mother of billionaire Packer's three children wore a black leotard underneath a sheer overlay belted at the middle when she appeared on the cover of Australian Vogue in October 2013.
It was the one-time pop singer's first interview since her marriage split from her husband of six years was announced the month before.
The beauty also wore the Christian Dior gown at the launch party for the Vogue issue.
On top of Miranda being linked to James, Erica caused a stir in August when she was seen partying with Kerr's ex-husband, Orlando Bloom.
The pair were seen touching each other affectionately while on holiday in Spain, but Orlando later explained that the two are just friends, and have known each other for many years.


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