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Miley Cyrus’ Style Over the Years: See Her Fashion Evolution Photos

Mr. Nimbus | 02/07/2024

From her days as a Disney star to her chart-topping Bangerz run to her Grammy-nabbing “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus‘ sense of style has remained fiercely idiosyncratic. In 2006, the music industry progeny burst onto the scene as the star of Hannah Montana and became known as a Disney Channel supernova in Hannah’s trademark blonde wig.

After trying in fits and starts to establish her own identity outside of Hannah Montana, Cyrus used the release of 2012’s Bangerz to officially make a clean (or rather naughty) break from her roots with the House of Mouse. When the music video for lead single “We Can’t Stop” premiered, the pop star showed off a completely new side to herself, complete with a blonde pixie cut, red lip, ever-present stuck-out tongue and a parade of in-your-face, skin-baring ensembles.

Cyrus’ wild-child era continued to evolve into hippie territory through the release of 2015’s Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, and by the time the singer unveiled Younger Now in 2017, she had adopted a much softer aesthetic inspired by the ’70s-era chic of Laurel Canyon. For the Plastic Hearts era, the 30-year-old channeled the glam rock of precursors (and collaborators) like Joan Jett and Billy Idol by growing out a punk-inspired shag and draping herself in leather and latex.

Cyrus broke new records with the release of her Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit “Flowers” at the start of 2023, and the self-empowerment anthem also turned a new leaf in her stylistic journey. As she crooned, “We were good, we were gold/ Kinda dream that can’t be sold,” the star emerged in a vintage gold lamé sheath dress by YSL in her most natural form yet, equally at home in La Perla lingerie as she is in a bold, oversized black pantsuit.

When she hit the red carpet and stage at the 2024 Grammy Awards (where she finally won the first Grammys of her career), Cyrus was sporting a mile-high hairstyle (courtesy her go-to hairstylist Bob Recine) as well as more than one scene-stealing look.

Here’s a photographic look back at Cyrus’ fashion over the last decade-plus of her career.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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