Miranda Kerr was looking quite literary while hitting the pre-Met party circuit this past weekend, carrying an Olympia Le-Tan Book Clutch of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Last Tycoon. Her entire ensemble is very “sexy couture librarian,” don’t you think? You can shop Net-a-Porter’s own mini library of Olympia Le-Tan’s highly collectible clutches here. Our own Megs was just recently debating whether to keep or return her own Olympia Le-Tan Book Clutch – no word on her final verdict just yet.

Miranda and countless other celebs made the rounds Saturday night at Net-a-Porter’s party at Omar’s, plus Nur Khan and Harry Josh’s 12th Annual Spring Fling Party at The Jane Hotel. (There was also a Pre-Met “The Great Gastby” premiere/party, but there’s no evidence that Miranda was flashing her Fitzgerald in that particular direction.) Last night’s Met Ball fashions should be flooding your interweb newsfeed as we speak – this year’s “Chaos To Couture” theme should be especially thought-provoking. Also, let’s take a moment to obsess over Miranda’s Saint Laurent Blouse, polka-dot chic!

Miranda Kerr carries an Olympia Le-Tan F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Last Tycoon" Book Clutch in New York City (1)

Miranda Kerr carries an Olympia Le-Tan F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Last Tycoon" Book Clutch in New York City (2)

Miranda Kerr carries an Olympia Le-Tan F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Last Tycoon" Book Clutch in New York City (3)

Miranda Kerr carries an Olympia Le-Tan F. Scott Fitzgerald "The Last Tycoon" Book Clutch in New York City (4)

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  • I’m oh so in love with these clutches, especially since they embody the most valuable books.

  • louch

    Awww cute doggy. Oh, and the clutch is awesome.

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