“I’ll still wear this fitted biker in 10 years time.”
“Team these boots with denim shorts or an Isabel Marant dress.”
“Mix cashmere with denim and leather pieces to add softness.”
Miranda Kerr wears jacket by Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane, overalls by Frame Denim, boots by Alexander McQueencredits
Photograph: Chris Colls
A truly stylish off-duty wardrobe is harder to compile than it might first appear. There are the must-haves, naturally: jeans, various styles; T-shirts, lots of (I love James Perse, J.Crew and T by Alexander Wang); shorts, denim of course, but also silk or leather (I wear mine with Isabel Marant ankle boots and something loose on top – this season I’ve bought a couple of pieces by Talitha – because I adhere to the adage that if one part of your body is on show, it’s chicer to cover up elsewhere). Add a light jacket, a punchy tote, a silk vest, a flat sandal, some cropped pants and your basics are covered.
But it’s the details of an off-duty look that make all the difference – something Miranda Kerr, who returns for a second time as The EDIT’s cover star,
demonstrates on a daily basis. Whether striding along a Manhattan sidewalk with a cape flapping at her shoulders, or through Sydney Airport in leather pants and a fedora with her son Flynn on her hip, she exudes effortless style. Be inspired by our shoot from page 9.
jennifer dickinson, senior editor