Does Miley Cyrus get more hours per day than everyone else? How else could she manage to be on her Bangerz Tour, act as the face of Marc Jacobs, and cover magazines practically every month? Her latest cover is a big one—Elle's Women in Music issue. Unlike her most recent cover—for W, where she was wearing a whole lotta nothing—for Elle, Miley has on a sequined jumpsuit from Marc Jacobs' Fall 2014 collection.
What Miley gained in clothing she lost in accessories—while her W cover featured baubles on baubles and bling on bling, here she only has on two bracelets and one ring. Her makeup is similarly just as low-key, with her strong brows (welcome back, bbs!) standing in stark contrast to her platinum pixie.
Miley Cyrus on her Bangerz Tour.
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Ride-or-die Smilers already know, but if you aren't up in Twitter search, looking for the latest update on Miley Cyrus' Bangerz Tour every week, you're missing out on an always changing and growing and constantly entertaining pop show. Along with a grip of glittering new designer togs cycling in week after week, Miles changes up her acoustic set almost every show to keep the variety. With less than a month left of the U.S. leg of her tour, it seems there are still a few surprises up Miley's sleeve. We were lucky enough to catch up with Diane Martel, the tour's creative director and the "We Can't Stop" music director, to get the inside scoop on the weird and wonderful world of Bangerz.
Miley Cyrus performing in Ashish on the Bangerz Tour.
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By now it’s starting to become easier to count the designers Miley Cyrus isn’t wearing on her Bangerz Tour than the ones she is. We’ve seen her in designs by The Blonds, Jeremy Scott, Marc Jacobs, and Roberto Cavalli, and it’s only been a month since the tour kicked off. To put her ever-expanding wardrobe into perspective, that’s nearly as many designers as Beyonce’s worn for her Mrs. Carter Show—and THAT'S on its 11th month of touring.
Who wore gingham and cowboy boots better?
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While Miley Cyrus has been changing up her Bangerz Tour wardrobe on the regular, her affinity for pairing red gingham and cowboy boots remains. She wore a full gingham jumpsuit on Miley Unplugged, but for the tour, she swapped that for a bejeweled crop top and high-waisted, high-cut briefs. Seemingly taking a page from Miley's country book, Amanda Seyfried's W spread features the actress in a very similar look. The question is, though: Who wore it better?
Amanda's Louis Vuitton bikini is paired with burgundy Lucchese boots. I know this is just a shoot and she's not actually venturing out into the world to do anything, but what could she do in this outfit, TBH? Tread water with difficulty? Ride a horse and risk the worst chafing in the world? It seems like the only option is to lounge glamorously in a fuzzy Michael Kors sweater, especially since she does it so well.
Roberto Cavalli's Bangerz Tour sketches.
Photo: Roberto Cavalli
Miley Cyrus is beginning to rival Beyonce in ever-changing onstage outfits. Over the weekend in Milwaukee, she debuted a new leotard and a jacket made from stuffed animals. A mere two days later, in Dallas, she broke out two new Roberto Cavalli looks. We knew to expect some Cavalli on this tour—he shared his sketches in January—but we didn't know we would get TWO in the same night. Miley, you're spoiling us.
Miley Cyrus performing on her Bangerz Tour.
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When Miley Cyrus kicked off her Bangerz Tour, we knew we'd be in for a whole lot of #FASHUN. She had recruited the likes of The Blonds, Jeremy Scott, Marc Jacobs, and more to design her wardrobe, so when her tour kicked off last month, her nine different outfits barely fazed us. Last night, less than a month into the tour, Miley debuted at least three new looks. How many will we see before the tour ends in June? One million? According to my calculations, at this rate, that figure is accurate.
The first of Miley's new looks combined two of her fave things: tongues and high-cut leotards. The introduction of the long-sleeved, nude, tongue-printed leotard means some other looks may be temporarily benched.
Miley Cyrus opens her Bangerz Tour in Vacouver, Canada.
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Hold on to your ten-gallon hats and brace yourselves for five more months of Miley Cyrus' stadium spectacle because everyone's favorite wrecking ball just kicked off her Bangerz Tour last Friday night (Feb. 14) in Vancouver, Canada, and will barrel on through North America and Europe until at least mid-June! The platinum-pixied pop star treated British Columbia to a flying hotdog, furry backup dancers, a 17-song setlist—riddled with hits from her current album, old favorites from her earlier day, plus a few covers—and a whopping nine performance outfits courtesy of her laundry list of designer BFFs.
Somewhere in America Miley Cyrus is still twerkin'.
Photo: @mileycyrus's Twitter
This Friday, Miley Cyrus will kick off her highly anticipated Bangerz Tour, and judging solely on photos she tweeted this weekend, it's going to be one big party in the U.S.A. (So, be sure to pack a dream and your cardigan. And maybe some pasties.) In the behind-the-scenes rehearsal snaps, Cyrus, surrounded by dancers wearing stars and stripes, puts a #turntup twist on patriotism in a red-white-and-blue sequined leotard (a look we've learned is custom-made by Miley's stylist, Simone Harouche), coordinating cowboy boots, and (what we believe to be) the same countrified blonde bob wig she wore during Miley Cyrus: MTV Unplugged.
There are also some trippy cartoon visuals in the background that will no doubt serve a greater purpose to be revealed come Friday. "Even though parents probably won't think this, I think my show is educational for kids," Cyrus told Fuse in a recent interview. So, maybe those visuals are, like, Miley-versions of Schoolhouse Rock??? Pretty sure we've learned our lesson by now that when Cyrus is involved, ANYTHING is within the realm of possibility.