Since the launch of her “She Is Coming” EP, Miley Cyrus has shifted toward an edgier aesthetic, favoring all-black looks with rockstar flair.
And the 26-year-old pop star stuck by that new persona yesterday as she performed at iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.
Cyrus wore black from head to toe, sporting a faux leather crop top with matching pants.
For footwear, the Disney Channel alum went with over-the-knee boots. The thigh-high silhouette featured a pointed, gold cap toe, a stiletto heel and a vegan leather upper.
The “Party in the USA” songstress competed the look with elbow-length gloves, layered necklaces and a Celine belt.
Onstage, Cyrus performed “Don’t Call Me Angel,” her hit song with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Ray, for the first time. With her rockstar-esque ensemble, it’s no surprise that the singer added a couple of rock classics to her set list, choosing hits by Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.
Cyrus is a vegan and animal rights activist. While she frequently wears outfits that appear to be made of leather (or even fur), her entire wardrobe is cruelty-free. The “Hannah Montana” alum likes shoes from Tom Ford, Versace and fellow vegan Stella McCartney.
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