Noah Cyrus recently sat down with Rolling Stone to perform a collection of songs from his upcoming album, embracing an ethereal, airy bohemian style for the performance in the garden. And the 22-year-old singer chose a vintage dress more than twice her age to channel that beautifully breezy feel.
For the filmed performance, which was shared by Rolling Stone on Saturday, Cyrus wore a vintage 1970s Jean Varon dress sourced from Tab Vintage. The dress featured puffy white sleeves and a plunging ruffled neckline with matching ruffled cuffs. The 50-year-old dress featured a flowing empire-waist skirt that blew delicately in the wind.
Cyrus wore the robe with long gunmetal chain earrings, a single obsidian ring, and a black amulet necklace. The inky jewelry matched her ultra-long black acrylic nails, all juxtaposed in good measure with her pure white vintage look. The singer wore her dark hair in a straight style with a center back parting, wearing minimal makeup for the performance.
During parts of the video, Cyrus can also be seen wearing a white one-sleeve Alexander McQueen dress as she strolls through the garden. The dress featured a shredded asymmetrical hemline, ruffles and distressed detailing. The airy hemline showed off a pair of white Rick Owens mid-calf boots with a pencil-thin stiletto heel, pulling the look together.
Cyrus performed the songs “Ready to Go”, “Mr. Percocet” and “I Burned Down LA” from his upcoming album, “The Hardest Part.” The album is set to be released on September 16, 2022.
When it comes to her high style moments, Cyrus often favors looks from designers like Jean Paul Gaultier, Schiaparelli, and Marc Jacobs. But the singer is also known to have an affinity for streetwear, although she has evolved her style for the release of her next album.
For shoes, Cyrus often wears strappy sandals, combat boots and thigh-high boots from brands like Stuart Weitzman, Barbara Bui and Public Desire. The star can often be spotted in a variety of Nike sneakers both on the red carpet and off duty. However, she’s also not afraid of a major increase in height, as evidenced by the towering Marc Jacobs and Ruthie Davis platform heels she’s worn over the years.
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