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Miranda Kerr goes back to Aussie roots in whirlwind trip
Returning to her Australian roots, Miranda Kerr has set Sydney and Melbourne alight with her latest projects.
The Victoria's Secret Angel has been named a brand ambassador for Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy, which was revealed during a press conference on Wednesday.
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Posing in a black mini dress on Bondi Beach, the supermodel faced some brutish weather which put her hair to the test on the fashion shoot.
Teaming the look with flower embellished black strappy sandals, Miranda emanated effortless chic in her promotion of the hair care brand.
Taking to the catwalk earlier on in the week, the Australian native showcased a series of fascinating David Jones designs- which she also promotes as the fashion house’s design representative.
As the flagship model for the designer's Autumn Winter 2013 collection, Miranda walked down the catwalk in rapturous applause wearing designs made by Dawn Ellery for the fashion collection, who has recently joined the David Jones team.
Ending the night in a Dion Lee cut-out black leather dress, the collection boasted rich baroque fabrics and lace as the top looks for next year's winter season.
As well as striding up and down the catwalk, the model hosted a public fashion workshop for the brand, greeting fans in Melbourne at an autograph signing. One fan was so overcome with emotion at meeting the chic model that she burst into tears at the delight of meeting her idol.
Alongside her professional engagements, Miranda has given her time to Australian children's charity Kids Helpline.
Posing alongside child volunteers in a patterned Peter Pilotto mini dress, the model was thrilled to help out the charity at its launch in front of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Speaking to news.au, the 29-year-old mother to two-year-old Flynn said her role had put her in a position of responsibility.
"It's important they have someone to turn to for advice that will help them grow and flourish into little human beings," she said.
"I have a voice now, and it's important for me, personally, to use that in a positive way."