Miley Cyrus kicked off the new year wearing a number of looks from fashion past.
On Saturday night, the 30-year-old “Wrecking Ball” artist co-hosted her second event. Miley’s New Year’s Eve party An NBC special with her godmother and country music legend Dolly Parton, 76.
not only, plastic heart The singer led the countdown to 2023 with an eye-popping program, ending the year with a wardrobe filled with vintage high-fashion looks in collaboration with stylist Bradley Kenneth.
The pair tapped into multiple coveted designer labels and collections, from Gucci’s Tom Ford Spring/Summer 1996 collection to Bob Mackie’s “To Broadway With Love” capsule in Fall 2002, but they truly It was Versace who stole the show.
The two-time Grammy nominee has led the stage with not one, not two, but three stunning productions from the Italian label.
For her co-hosting duties, Cyrus chose two looks that fit the Miami vibe: one featuring a spring/summer 1993 tie-around top and patchwork skirt, and a second in sage green with thighs. and orange one-shoulder gown. 2006 spring/summer high slit.
Her third Versace ensemble, a spring/summer 2005 halter baby pink dress with a plunging neckline, was only fitting for a performance with Y2K icon Paris Hilton and Grammy nominee Sia. It was another early girl’s gem. Hilton’s daytime version of her 2006 hit single “Stars Are Blind.”
The party didn’t last without two twin-like appearances by the co-hosts.
Cyrus sang in a vintage Yves Saint Laurent one-shoulder gown from Los Angeles boutique Decades, while Parton belted it out in a pink slip dress with a sheer top underneath.
Meanwhile, the duo’s cover of Joan Jetts and The Blackhearts’ “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” called for matching leopard-print outfits, with Cyrus donning a little black dress and gloves and Parton’s legs. cutout bodysuit.
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While she’s ringing in the new year wearing archival fashion, Cyrus is still looking beyond her personal life.
During an interview with NBC’s Hoda Kotb Cheers to 2022! special, former Hannah Montana The star said she has one thing she’s aiming for this year. It is listening.
“My solution is really…my instincts are huge, but I’m not a great listener sometimes,” she revealed. [Carl Thomas Dean] “You’re not deaf. You’re hard to hear. And I think it’s my resolve to listen not just to myself, but to others.”