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Miranda Kerr is coming to Canberra Centre this weekend

Josie Gouvoussis

But not as you’d expect…

Queensland born supermodel and founder of KORA Organics skincare Miranda Kerr will be at Canberra Centre this weekend via Skype to answer guests’ questions about skincare, wellness and beauty.

Recognised as one of the world’s most influential voices in the world of fashion and style, Miranda Kerr has an innate and genuine passion for health and wellbeing. This passion led her to study at New York’s School of Integrative Nutrition where she graduated in 2010, one year after founding KORA Organics.


For the chance to have your beauty, health or wellness question answered by Miranda, follow @koraorganics on Instagram and post your question using the hashtag #mirandamasterclass by 5pm AEDT, 8 December 2017.

Each attendee will also receive a redeemable $20 KORA Organics Gift Voucher upon arrival. If you haven’t heard of KORA Organics, their philosophy is they believe that everyone is unique and different in their own way and so is their skin. KORA aims to make every person’s skin be replenished with the nutrients it needs on the inside to have it looking, and feeling, its best on the outside. The label is already stocked in David Jones, Sephora and sells internationally online, but now has a physical pop-up store at Canberra Centre, which is a first for the brand itself. That’s right, Canberra is the first city in Australia to have a physical shopfront for KORA Organics.

Ideal for all skin types as it balances PH, contains natural antioxidants, anti-inflammatory ingredients such as Certified Organic Rose-Hip oil, hydrating Shea butter and, Noni and Calendula extracts to provide nourishment for your skin.

the essentials 

What: Miranda Kerr Skype Q&A
When: Sunday 10 December from 11am – 12pm
Where: Monaro Mall, Canberra Centre
Cost: $22.98. Each attendee will also receive a redeemable $20 KORA Organics Gift Voucher upon arrival
Tickets: Via Eventbrite

Kora Organics is in the beauty precinct of the  Monaro Mall, Canberra Centre. 


Josie Gouvoussis

Josie Gouvoussis is a 16-year-old intern, currently in Year 11 at Radford College, studying Ancient History and English Literature. Born and bred in the nation’s capital, Josie is an aspiring journalist and hopes to one day write her way around Europe. She enjoys meeting, learning from and writing about local Canberrans and the extraordinary lives they lead. She is a low key (by low-key meaning fangirl obsessed) book lover who will read anything from politics and history to gore, crime and fantasy. Usually one can find her lounging around deeply immersed in a fiction novel or swimming with her friends. More about the Author

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