Miranda Kerr is making waves down under—and not for the reason you’d expect. The supermodel is right in the middle of a storm surrounding Harper’s BAZAAR Australia‘s Jan/Feb 2016 issue, where she is seen posing naked except for a pair of glittery Christian Louboutin pumps. Responses have been swift, with Coles, Australia’s second largest supermarket chain, pulling around 3000 magazines from its shelves following complaints from consumers, WWD reports. Kerr herself seemed to speak out the cover, saying that she actually wasn’t naked in the photo, and that the nude undergarments she was wearing had been Photoshopped out.
In the opposing corner, Harper’s BAZAAR Australia‘s editor Kellie Hush strongly defended the cover, telling WWD, “It’s disappointing, but I’m very proud of it. Steven Chee is an amazing photographer, my team are proud of it, Miranda is proud of it. It’s not going to stop me from pushing boundaries again, that’s for sure.”
What are your thoughts about the cover? Is it rad or bad?