What the what?? Miley Cyrus is now a sculptor!
The pop songstress turned artist teamed up with designer and current creative director of Moschino, Jeremy Scott, for a new collection titled 'Dirty Hippie', which will premiere at Jeremy's show during New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, September 10th.
Wow. It's a lot to take in, though Miley's been preparing us for her debut ever so slowly on Instagram. After all, she did tease the collection's glow up, five foot bong on social media!!
A party hat, face mask, and well a few other pieces made of plastic toys, glitter, and alphabet beads make up the rest of their collab, with Jeremy even revealing in the recent issue of V Magazine:
"We're on the same wavelength—it's like a psychedelic jungle. All of these stream of consciousness, colorful, playful, whimsical things mixed up together. I love that there's a DIY feel to the sculptures, which is a part of the look of the show. I want it to be less about a model army and more about a group of cool, individualized people hanging out together."
And just like some of her fashions, the sculptures give off a raunchy vibe, as well! Miley shared:
"When Jeremy [Scott] came here for a July 4th party, I had all these leis around, and I wanted to see how I could incorporate them into his show. I'm having the guy who made the bear I came out of at the VMAs last year come over tonight to help me fix all this shit because it's kind of a mess. [Pointing out art pieces individually] This one's a vibrator, which I got from a fan. They threw it on stage. And that's a joint [attached to it], so that's the vibe. I've gotten more and more about piling things on, but I try to put thought into everything. Even though it's so stupid, I did the pineapple because you know what they say about pineapple, right"
Read the rest of her interview's HIGHlights …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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