Miley Cyrus pulled out her entire closet for a New Year’s Eve comeback special.
The “Wrecking Ball” singer rang in the New Year by hosting her second annual NBC Live variety show. Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party. For a night of performances co-hosted by local celebrity Dolly Parton, Cyrus and her stylist Bradley Kennett pulled off a variety of vintage looks that showcased the singer’s signature rock idol style.
One particular moment featured a goddess-style dress from the Versace Spring/Summer 2006 collection. The green and orange dress featured swathes of red fabric, as well as a thigh-high slit and a one-shoulder neckline that draped down the back. The star completed the look with gold stilettos, and her wavy blonde hair completed the edgy look.
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During her performance of her single ‘Midnight Sky’ with FLETCHER, Cyrus wore a sparkly mini dress from Bob Mackie’s Fall 2020 collection titled ‘To Broadway With Love’. One shoulder designed in honor of music Sweet charityIt’s hand-dyed from silk in a psychedelic gold, green, orange and blue pattern and features iridescent beaded trim at the neckline and hem.
The former Hannah Montana Star wore another Versace number to perform Paris Hilton’s 2006 single “Stars Are Blind” alongside Hilton herself and Sia. Pulled from the luxury house’s Spring/Summer 2005 collection, the delicate-yet-elegant hooded dress features a plunging neckline and cinched waist.
Multi-Poetry previously explained her playful style in a 2021 interview, saying, “For me, fashion is about turning yourself inside out.”
“There is something like a child [about it]”She continued, “When you were a child, you were very timid when you dressed yourself. You don’t care what someone thinks or judges about you. It’s all about expression and how you feel that day. There is a lack of fear. And when I dress I try to think like my inner child and be real and authentic with whatever I wear.
Quichi Legardie is an LA-based freelance writer covering culture, politics, and mental health through the lens of a Black woman. When she’s not tweeting or checking, she’s probably watching the latest K-drama or performing at a concert in her car.