Miranda Kerr’s Bally Spring 2011 Ad Campaign

Miranda Kerr Bally's Spring 2012 ad campaign

Photo courtesy of Bally

Sneak "peak": Miranda Kerr in Bally's Spring 2012 ad campaign

One Swiss miss, coming right up.

After walking in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, Miranda Kerr is packing up her knickers and heading to Gstaad, the scenic setting for Bally's Spring 2011 ad campaign.

Posing against a backdrop of snow-covered mountains and the occasional goat, the Australian beauty joins models Julia Stegner, Cedric Bihr, and Robert Konjic (baby daddy to Carine Roitfeld's future grandchild) for the outdoorsy ads shot by Norman Jean Roy.

"This season, we wanted to move outside the studio and embrace the roots of the brand," Bally co-creative director Michael Herz tells Women's Wear Daily.

Miranda Kerr Bally's Spring 2012 ad campaign

Photo courtesy of Bally

Get your goat: Kerr goes Alpine-chic for the Swiss Brand's new campaign.

"That’s important to the Bally customer and important to us. We’d already introduced the goat as an emblem for the brand, and having them there felt right. We wanted the images to feel charming and make you smile.”

Indeed, the ads feel as refreshing as the alpine air, with Kerr wowing in a cream one-shouldered top paired with a black pencil skirt; a blue floral strapless dress with a matching handbag; and an olive green sheath which she wisely accessorizes with an adorable puppy.

And here we thought she'd be sticking to neutrals (har har).