July 3, 2012 2:26 PM EST
Miranda Kerr Looks Like Barbie in Futuristic Vogue Italia Photo Shoot [PHOTOS]
Australian beauty discarded her rich, brown locks and donned a blonde wig for a space age themed photo shoot.
The supermodel wowed New York when she walked down the pavement not wearing her brown hair near her home. Her blonde hair perfectly matched with the glittery clothes that she almost looked like a Barbie doll.
The model almost looked like unrecognizable with her hair and clothes. The model still looked chic and with her silver sequinned T-shirt with hot pink writing, paired with metallic blue snakeskin pants paired with iridescent boots. Miranda's fresh face was hidden behind heavy, smoke eye makeup.
The photo shoot is for prime Italian fashion magazine Vogue Italia following a futuristic, space age theme.
Miranda Kerr is a one of the favorites of photographers for photo shoots. Just this week, Miranda is the cover of Harper's Bazaar transforming her image from a commercial girl next door look to vamp-like equestrian rider featuring Balenciaga jackets and blazers paired with sexy Victoria's Secret lingerie.
Miranda Kerr looked so young and beautiful despite juggling schedules and responsibilities as a model, entrepreneur, wife and mother. In her recent interview with British Vogue, she said, "Working 16, 17 hours, you need to know how to take care of yourself or you'll fall off the wagon. I know it's a cliche, but I feel health is wealth."
She supported this with her explanation of how she keep her body toned and in shape. She revealed that she does yoga everyday and Pilates to keep the baby weight off.
"I was lucky for a while there, I just did yoga. Now I'm exercising a whole lot more, but it's for my job," she quickly added.
The model mum also takes a lot of vitamins such as noni and aloe vera juices, goji berries, chia seeds and maca powder.
Miranda Kerr put her beauty regimen in to business and put up the successful cosmetics line Kora Organics. Now, she hopes to expand her business overseas after its huge success in Australia.
"It's unrealistic to think that someone has the perfect life, because nobody does. I am very lucky and I recognise that, but I can't feel bad about what I have, because I worked very hard for it. I especially worked hard pushing out that baby, I'm no rocket scientist - that would be something to be really proud of - but I'm doing my bit the best way possible," she said.
See the slideshow for Miranda Kerr's Vogue Italia photo shoot.