Miley Cyrus has had a week full of celebratory milestones, and she has now announced a special event in collaboration with Disney+ called “Miley Cyrus — Endless Summer Vacation (Backward Sessions).” The singer wore a striking one-legged vintage Maison Martin Margiela bodysuit, which was sourced from the archives by Bradley Kenneth. Fans are excited about the design, which features a strapless bodice and perfectly reflects Cyrus’s recent ‘90s vintage style. She has recently been spotted in everything from a bright red thongkini from Tom Ford for Gucci’s 1997 collection to a hooded gold lamé dress from Yves Saint Laurent’s Fall 1991 collection. Cyrus’s promotional pictures for her latest event also feature her in a microcropped cardigan without a bra, buttoned at the center of her chest. In both looks, her platinum hair is styled into wet waves with a center part.
Cyrus is known for reinventing herself with each new album, showcasing not only her musical growth but also her evolving personal style. As she recently turned 30, it appears that she is entering a more mature phase, characterized by a glamorous and empowering vibe. She has faced numerous challenges in the past few years, including a devastating house fire, a divorce from ex-husband Liam Hemsworth, and the global pandemic. These experiences are reflected in both the melodies and lyrics of her latest work. Just the other day, Cyrus celebrated the sixth consecutive week of her hit song “Flowers” on the Billboard Hot 100 by donning a vintage gold lamé thong bodysuit and announcing the demo track for the song.
The upcoming Disney+ presentation of her music will air on March 10th at 1pm Eastern Standard Time and 10am Pacific Standard Time. In this self-produced event, the talented artist will not only perform “Flowers” but also other songs from her new album. Along with the musical performance, the audience will get to watch some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and interviews. As usual, we can expect her iconic catsuits, cutouts, and thong silhouettes that represent her unapologetic sense of empowerment in both her fashion and her music.