Miranda Kerr Strolls Through LAX in Gianvito Rossi ‘Brandy’ Boots

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After Instagram released its own version of Snapchat, the world waited for Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel to make his next move. Fortunately for him, his girlfriend Miranda Kerr has his back 100 percent as he launches his newest product, the Snapchat Specs.

Miranda was briefly asked about the new product as she landed back at the Los Angeles Airport.

miranda-kerr-lax-gianvito-rossi-1Miranda Kerr arriving at the Los Angeles Airport (LAX) on September 27, 2016

miranda-kerr-lax-gianvito-rossi-2Miranda wears the Gianvito Rossi “Brandy” ankle boots in black patent leather

The model arrived at the LAX in jeans and a Roberto Cavalli metallic ruffled top.

Miranda styled her airport look with a wide velvet choker, the Saint Laurent “Opium 2” tassel bag, a Gucci clover “Double G” buckled belt, a pair of Saint Laurent sunglasses and the Gianvito Rossi “Brandy” ankle boots in black patent leather.

miranda-kerr-lax-gianvito-rossi-3Miranda towers in a Roberto Cavalli top and jeans at the Los Angeles Airport

Miranda was asked whether she has tried on Snapchat Specs herself and she shyly nodded yes. The model was also asked whether she was allowed to use Instagram stories, to which she replied that she’s a free woman.

The 33-year-old Australian model is seven years older than her billionaire boyfriend.

miranda-kerr-lax-gianvito-rossi-igMiranda’s boyfriend Evan Spiegel models the new Snapchat Specs

Shop the Gianvito Rossi “Brandy” ankle boots in patent, metallic and velvet at Barneys New York and Farfetch.







gianvito-rossi-brandy-gold-2Gianvito Rossi “Brandy” Ankle Boots, $1,075 at Barneys New York and Farfetch

Credit: Miranda Kerr's Instagram / WENN

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