Ready for a first look at the Miley Cyrus costumes that will be making headlines next month?
Miley Cyrus headlines won't be going anywhere for a very long time, thanks to Roberto Cavalli. The Italian designer has unveiled the very first sketches of his tour wardrobe for the controversial singer, and they're every bit as amazing as we imagined. The high knicker line is definitely here to stay, people.
It was announced that Cavalli would design the wardrobe for Miley's 2014 Bangerz tour earlier this month, and it's only cemented the young star's status as the hottest property in fashion right now.
The designs come just weeks after Miley's beautiful shots for Marc Jacobs' new campaign were unveiled.
Talking about her tour wardrobe to The Hollywood Reporter recently, Miley joked: 'Clothes for me, or lack thereof, say a lot.
'I don't have a hard time making fun of myself...' she continued. 'Being fun and carefree – that's really what the show represents.'
In addition to the skimpy costumes designed by Cavalli, Miley will also wear outfits by Marc Jacobs, The Blonds and Jeremy Scott, as well as designs by Bob Mackie.
Miley's mum Tish recently confessed to E! News that there was only ONE stage outfit she didn't like, and that was the nipple-flashing fishnet dress she wore to the iHeartRadioMusic Festival in Las Vegas last year.
With sheer jumpsuits and strategically-placed Swarovski crystals taking to the stage from 14 February, Miley's fans are in for a treat.
We can't wait.
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