It seems like Miranda Kerr is letting go of some things for bigger things ahead. The Australian model has recently left Spanish fashion label Mango which she has been frontlining last year. On Monday, Women's Wear Daily reported 29-year-old model Daria Werbowy takes over Kerr and is set to debut in Mango's spring-summer ad campaign.

Kerr has been leaving a few projects where she made her name for herself. Early this year, she did not renew her contract with Victoria's Secret, although according to US Magazine the management did invite her to walk the annual fashion show. She initially agreed, but she did not push through as she had a prior commitment in Japan. However, she sent a good-luck message to her fellow Angels, which also caused a stir a few days ago due to allegations that it was edited by Photoshop.

Early this year, she also ended her five-year stint with Australian department store David Jones. Though press statements claimed it was a mutual decision, Andrew Hornery of Sydney Morning Herald revealed numerous issues that came out during the negotiation for the contract renewal. Some of these issues included her requests for catalogue shoots be done in the U.S., and her status as a rising modeling star affecting her relatability to the target market of the store. She is then replaced by Jessica Gomes, a younger Aussie model.

But Kerr may had valid reasons to leave these projects. She recently landed in major magazine covers, including last month's issue of Cosmopolitan. She has also walked the runway for Stella McCartney during the Paris Fashion Week along with fellow Victoria's Secret Angel Cara Delevigne. Kerr is also a busy mother for two-year-old son, Flynn, and manages her own skincare line named Kora. All these amid her recent split with husband, Orlando Bloom, which was announced last October. However, the ex-couple remains to have good relations as parents to their son and as a family.

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