Miley Cyrus fronts V’s “Drawn to Fashion Issue” with a fancy tri-fold cover. Unfortunately, we literally have no idea what’s going on in any of them.
On one cover, the former Disney star wears a white Dior jacket and gives her an almost-frontal-wedge. On the second, she bares her abs in Chanel, and on the third, she bites down on an orange Louis Vuitton Keep all with her name spelled out in what appears to be masking tape.
The Mario Testino-lensed photos are striking, and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele’ styling is on point with the singer’s newfound badassness, but we still can’t wrap our minds around the wedge photo. It just looks so uncomfortable.
Inside the issue, Cyrus continues to flaunt her butt and boobs in a series of pictures the Disney Channel certainly wouldn’t approve. She explained her style evolution:
“I’m going to change, I’m going to be different, and I’m going to do what I want to do. I chopped my hair and bought a pair of Docs and never looked back.” You know, she’s just being Miley.
Check out the covers and the inside spread below, and for more, watch Cyrus’ weird twerking video and peep her over-the-top stage outfit:
Photo credit: Mario Testino for V Magazine