Schmoozing with fans and doing her best to show off her bag, Miranda Kerr was in Tokyo today to promote Samantha Thavasa handbags at Tokyo Skytree (September 9).
The 29-year-old Aussie looked cute as a button in a neat sleeveless black and white patterned short dress with open-toed black heels.
Excited for her trip to the far east, the Victoria’s Secret Angel tweeted, “I <3 Tokyo.”
While the mother of one-year-old Flynn (with husband Orlando Bloom) is happy to support the handbag designer, she has cut back on her international work to focus on motherhood. She tells news.com in Australia, “I feel like I am representing brands that I really believe in.”
However, she admitted to Australia’s Marie Claire magazine, “Everything (has changed), I’d say. I’m not traveling as much now because I prefer to spend my time with [Flynn]. It put it in a new perspective, like, he’s the most important thing. It’s amazing and I love it.”
Gearing up for the Japanese leg of her Born This Way Ball Tour, Lady Gaga was spotted arriving in Tokyo earlier today (May 8).
The “Bad Romance” songstress showed up at Narita International Airport to see hundreds of crazy Little Monsters who had been waiting for hours just to catch a glimpse of her.
And of course, Gaga had a nutty getup, including a black spiked leather dress teamed with a pair of super-high heels and black sunglasses.
Lady Gaga is highly-respected in Japan thanks to her efforts to help out after the massive tsunami and earthquake disasters. In fact, a Gaga teacup was auctioned off for $75,000 to help rebuilding efforts.
Making her trek to the far east, Miranda Kerr was spotted arriving at Narita International Airport outside of Tokyo, Japan today (January 25).
The Awesome Aussie supermodel looked lovely in a black leather jacket and skinny jeans as she made her way through the terminal and drove off in a chauffeured car.
In a recent interview, Miranda talked about the new Victoria’s Secret ad campaign and how she’s pumped that they’re encouraging ladies to be healthy and happy with their bodies.
“They’re about promoting a healthy body image and a curvaceous image so, you know, it’s good, it’s good for us. But I do think it’s important for anyone to have [an] exercise regime because then they feel better about themselves. It’s just as much a mental thing as it is a physical thing.”