Model Miranda Kerr is undeniably deserving of the prefix 'super'. Born and raised in the small country town of Gunnedah, New South Wales, she shot to fame after a friend entered her into Dolly magazine's model search competition, and achieved global recognition as the first Australian to serve as a Victoria's Secret angel. As if those accomplishments weren't enough, she's now the Founder and CEO of phenomenally popular skincare brand KORA Organics, and has published two inspirational self-help books aimed towards young women.


Her award-winning skincare line KORA Skincare, which she considers her fourth child, is certified organic and cruelty free, climate neutral, and bursting with superfood ingredients that wouldn’t sound amiss on a health food menu. The entire range is filtered through rose quartz crystals during the manufacturing process to infuse the products with the vibration of love, and each one features a Positive Affirmation word on the back to truly connect you with the practice of self-care.

The brand’s new vegan Vitamin C-packed Berry Bright eye cream features such appetizing ingredients as Kakadu Plum, Cloudberry, Red Ginseng and Quinoa and, perhaps most importantly, is part of the brand’s move towards refillable products. Once empty, the gorgeous jewel-inspired jar can be reused with a recyclable refill pod, reducing packaging waste.


We chat with Miranda about working from home and how she’s managing Zoom meetings with three high-spirited boys at home (plus a husband!), the beauty rituals she loves – including gua sha for full body de-stressing, meditation and yoga – and the miracle of celery juice (don’t knock it til you’ve tried it!)

Interview by Sigourney Cantelo. Video editing by Valeria Valdes Cosilion. Words by Karina Wharton. Main image via Miranda Kerr.

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