Miranda Kerr unveiled Qantas' new uniforms on Monday, April 15, in Sydney. In the uniform-launching bash, Kerr walked the runway in a black outfit with orange and pink stripe on shoulder and chest area. In addition, a black belt perched on her waist. She had red lipstick on and her hair was arranged in a simple updo. Kerr also posed in a black trench coat and a fedora.
Before the launching, Orlando Bloom's wife confirmed that she was leaving Victoria's Secret in an interview with Sydney Morning Herald. She denied rumor saying that she was dropped by the lingerie company because she had "difficult reputation." Kerr said, "I'm sure anyone that has worked with me would agree that it's not true."
The mother of 2-year-old Flynn said that she wanted to be entrepreneur since she gave birth to her son. She expected that she could achieve her goal before she turns 30, which happens on Saturday, April 20. "This is a natural evolution," she said from her home in Los Angeles.
"The thing is, I've been modeling since I was 13. I'm now entering a new phase in my life. I have felt this coming since my son was born and, after I became a mother, I realized I needed to prioritize my time. It's really important I give 100 per cent to my clients and I have to be careful to make strategic long-term decisions with my personal and business interests. I've reached a point in my career where I'm developing my own opportunities that are really reflective of my passions," Kerr said.
Kerr is "grateful to" the lingerie company for launching her career in the U.S., but she could not commit to a full contract. "I'm just not in a position to commit to a full contract at this time. It's three months at a bare minimum," she revealed. Kerr accepted the company's invitation to walk on this year's show.