Miranda Kerr in the lace-up shoe trend

They featured on many a Spring/Summer 2009 runway; and criss-crossing laces as a 2009 shoe trend can make all the difference to an outfit, as model Miranda Kerr proves.

Miranda Kerr arriving at the Private Roof Club and Garden, New York

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Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009
Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom at The Private Roof Club & Garden NY May 2009

Arriving at The Private Roof Club and Garden in New York with boyfriend Orlando Bloom, Kerr wore a pair of nude Christian Louboutin platform lace-up booties with her otherwise uninspired jeans and blazer combination.

Click on the gallery below for more photos of Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom out in New York.

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