Miley Cyrus to wear Roberto Cavalli, Marc Jacobs on 'Bangerz' tour
Miley Cyrus enjoys finding new ways to get naked, so it’s hardly surprising that the costumes for her upcoming Bangerz tour are long on sex appeal and short on fabric.
Earlier today Italian designer Roberto Cavalli released sketches of six looks created for the 21 year-old singer to wear on stage. The most provocative ensemble is a stretch silk tulle Swarovski crystal spattered jumpsuit (above) that creates a “nude effect on the body.” Other items include a black zebra-pattern jumpsuit, an overwashed denim bra embroidered with studs and crystals, and a python-print jacket with matching short shorts.
In addition to the Cavalli costumes, Cyrus will wear outfits by designers Marc Jacobs, The Blonds, and Jeremy Scott — as well as pieces from the archives of Cher’s go-to designer Bob Mackie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, each designer was assigned a specific section of the Bangerz show. “Clothes for me, or lack thereof, say a lot,” Cyrus recently joked.
Click on to see more of the Roberto Cavalli-designed costumes Cyrus’ will wear on tour.
Last summer, stylist Simone Harouche — who pulled together Cyrus’ twerking get-up for the “We Can’t Stop” video and helped the singer create her jaw-dropping teddy bear onesie over latex bra and panties look for the VMAs — told EW that when it comes to fashion, her client is fearless.
“With every artist, especially musicians, when they put out a new album, their look needs to mirror what their sound is. With this new departure and new sound, Miley wanted to evolve as someone who is into fashion and style,” Harouch explained. “It’s a matter of listening to her music and hearing the vibe and going from there. I think [to myself], ‘I’m hearing this music, now how should this look? How should this sound look?’ You create a package. She’s really fun and open to taking risks. She’s got an amazing body and she’s hot.”