Miley's moody Marc Jacobs campaign landed two months ago, but we now have a full look at the campaign shot by David Sims. Just when we thought Miley by Marc could be any more angsty, we get even more pictures of the Miley pout. In these additional shots Miles wears the Cola sweatshirt Georgia May Jagger wore down the runway and a graphic print bomber. She Miley's full Marc Jacobs campaign in the gallery above...
Miley Cyrus has landed her first fashion campaign, starring in the Marc Jacobs Spring Summer 2014 ad. Hashtag major! Miley gets moody in the shots by David Sims and Katie Grand, as we catch her deep in thought on a stormy sand dune. No tongue, no twerking, no nudity. Just lots of teenage angst and high ruffed blouses.
The SS14 show was a dystopic catwalk-scape, as we entered a seaside town left to wrack and ruin. It was a 'lovely nightmare' with models wearing dark Victorian proportions and navigating accross black sand festooned with cigarette butts. Miley's gloomy pout, windswept hair and anchor tattoo is the perfect fit, don't you think?
Marc Jacobs explained the campaign to WWD, as he said: 'We wanted this beach with girls kind of sulky and broody, and we thought it would be cool if it was Miley with what could be two friends, feeling distant and quite dark. We all just love her and her entire being, her energy, her talent, her intelligence, everything. There’s nothing I don’t like about her. She is just genuine and very natural.'
But you might be wondering why Juergen Teller didn't shoot Miley. Well Marc explains 'I have worked with Juergen for years and love him as an artist. He just didn’t want to shoot her.'
We should have seen this campaign coming, as Miley has been Marc's number one cheerleader all year. She wore Marc Jacobs to the Met Ball, credited Marc as the man behind her style shift and posed nude in one of Jacobs' tees for skin cancer awareness. She also did MJ SS14 last month, as she rocked a Marc Jacobs bowl-cut bob as seen on the Spring Summer 2014 catwalks.
Miles said about the designer in an interview with Hunger Magazine: 'I work a lot with Marc Jacobs. He kind of brought me into fashion like when I was 16, that was when I started being around him and just learning from him. He kind of let me inspire some of his pieces and now I feel like it’s just having the right people around you.'
Take a look at Miley's style evolution from cowboy boots to cat bodysuits in the gallery below...