Miranda Kerr Turns Tokyo’s Narita Airport into a Runway in Bionda Castana Heels

If there’s one thing we want to learn from Miranda Kerr, it’s her impeccable sense of putting together outfits that are truly covet-worthy. Whenever she has errands to attend to, it seems like the model-turned-businesswoman just came off a clothing catalog.

The 30-year-old was spotted at Narita Airport wearing a bright orange (it looks red, though, in some photos) Wes Gordon dress, which features swan prints in olive, a corset waist, and a plunging neckline. She was in Japan for the Samantha Thavasa Ladies Tournament, during which she showed off the brand’s new collection.

Who can pull off an outfit that consists of a red bird-print kimono maxi dress, an excessively strappy leopard-print pointed pumps, and bold red lips

Miranda Kerr wore a Wes Gordon’s handkerchief corset dress in a different fabric, which we think was made exclusively for her

Miranda Kerr wearing leopard-printed crepe satin pumps

Miranda Kerr wearing leopard-printed crepe satin pumps

Miranda Kerr wearing leopard-printed crepe satin pumpsMiranda Kerr at Narita International Airport in Japan on July 18, 2013

Who can pull off an outfit that consists of a red bird-print kimono maxi dress, an excessively strappy leopard-print pointed pumps, and bold red lips? Why, no one, of course. That is, until Miranda came along. The lingerie and swimsuit model wore a Wes Gordon’s handkerchief corset dress in a different fabric, which we think was made exclusively for her. She pulled her entire look together with a Samantha Thavasa leather satchel in blue, Bionda Castana pumps, Stella McCartney sunglasses, and tons of Swarovski crystal jewelry.

Her leopard-printed crepe satin “Molly” pumps from the Bionda Castana Spring 2012 collection feature trendy lace-up ankle cuffs.

Bionda Castana Molly Pumps

Bionda Castana Molly PumpsBionda Castana “Molly” Pumps, £450

Credit: Kento Nara/Future Image/WENN

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