Miley Cyrus Is Marvelous in Plunging Cut-Out Corset, Leather Skirt and Opera Gloves

The singer-actress presented her stylist with an award at a fashion event on Sunday.
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus.

Hollywood’s most fashionable stars ascended upon The Beverly Hills Hotel for Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards on Sunday, April 23, including Miley Cyrus.

The “Flowers” singer attended the event wearing a gorgeous Atelier Versace ensemble, including a black corset with a plunging, cut-out neckline, figure-skimming black leather skirt and over-the-elbow opera gloves. Cyrus accessorized her look, which she showed off in an Instagram post on Tuesday, with pointed-toe pumps.

“I’m sorry that you're jaded,” the 30-year-old singer-songwriter wrote in her caption, referencing a track from her new studio album, Endless Summer Vacation.

Cyrus playfully posed with a gloved hand to her mouth in the first snap, while she provided a better glimpse at her outfit in the second. She wore her blonde-and-brunette locks loose and wavy and opted for bold glam with thick winged eyeliner.

“Yep....... Thats my girl!!!! 🔥,” mom Tish Cyrus exclaimed in her daughter’s comment section.

“CAPTION 💀💀💀,” sister Brandi Cyrus wrote.

“You are 🔥 Miley!!! 🖤🖤🖤,” Donatella Versace gushed.

Cyrus presented her stylist Bradley Kenneth with the Stylist of the Year Award at Sunday’s star-studded fashion event. 

“We’ve been best friends for over a decade and I’m just ecstatic to celebrate his talent and creativity with all of you,” Cyrus stated on stage while introducing Kenneth. “Bradley’s taste and his originality shines through all of space and it’s my honor to model his genius.”

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