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Miranda Kerr Camel Pokes Toe in Tent at David Jones Show (photos)

Miranda Kerr, one of the hottest supermodels on the planet, returned to her native Australia to model for one of her long-time brands David Jones. The show was remarkable for Miranda’s revealing fashions.

The show took place in Sydney where Miranda was born, although she was raised in the small town of Gunnedah, New South Wales. She started modeling at 13 after winning a contest and has rocketed to super-stardom.

David Jones Limited, known as DJs, is an up-market Australian department store chain founded in 1938 and one of Miranda’s first clients.

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She opened its spring launch show in a silk caftan by Lisa Ho, leading a pack of 54 models, including Samantha Harris, Alexandra Agoston and Montana Fox, according to the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper.

The show featured vivid coral pinks, hot tangerines and neon colors intermixed with neutral tones. Kerr and other models highlighted resort dresses in taupe, mushroom and white and tropical patterns in flowing maxi dresses and skirts.

There were also patterned cropped trouser suits and thigh-high mini-tailored pencil skirts and dresses “tailored to skim the body in sherbet pale or intense, paintbox-bright colors,” according to the newspaper.

Four hundred VIPs and members of the fashion media watched last night’s show and were treated to Kerr in revealing outfits that were, perhaps, a little too tight around the crotch. Her “camel-toe,” as it’s called, was visible in several shots.

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