How low can you go? Miranda Kerr takes daring style tips from Rosanna Davison

PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 30:  Miranda Kerr attends the Stella McCartney show at L'Opera de Paris during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 on September 30, 2013 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Danny Martindale/FilmMagic)
Miranda Kerr attends the Stella McCartney show at L'Opera de Paris during Paris Fashion Week

Supermodel Miranda Kerr steals the spotlight from the designers at at Paris Fashion Week with her plunging neckline.

Fashion is all about taking risks - something which Victoria's Secret supermodel Miranda Kerr is all too happy to try.

The mum-of-one to baby Flynn (2), who is currently in Paris for Fashion Week, made a particularly daring exit from the Stella McCartney show in a white silk blouse with a very plunging neckline, narrowly avoiding a very embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.

The Australian model (30, who is married to Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom, pared back her risque ensemble, with a slicked back bun and minimal makeup.

But for Irish style watchers, the look may be all too familiar as former Miss World Rosanna Davison wore an equally daring dress just two weeks ago at the Rape Crisis Centre luncheon at the Westin Hotel in Dublin.

The Irish model (29) sported a red silk Dawn Fitzgerald dress, which proved such a fashion hit that Fair City's Aoibhinn McCaul wore it the following night to the People of the Year Awards.

Neither Kerr nor Davison are strangers to flashing the flesh as Miranda has made her name as a Victoria's Secret Angel, only recently distancing herself from the lingerie giant, and Rosanna's toned torso became famous around the world when she bared all in Playboy earlier this year.

Earlier in the evening, Kerr walked the runway for Stella McCartney in a variety of faux-crocodile skin and fur, adhering to the designer's animal rights views.

"It's interesting right now to come back to the body," McCartney said after the show.

"When you saw the flesh it was in a subtle way. So it was understated in a sense, sensual,.

"It was about capturing the coolness that you can achieve in lace but still keeping the fragility and the femininity," she added.



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