Miley Cyrus was not bothered in the least by her nip slip that occurred while she was attending New York Fashion Week; in fact, she welcomed it.
After she closed the Fall 2020 Marc Jacobs catwalk show on Wednesday night, the singer, who is 27 years old, went out wearing a halter top with straps and no back, black tuxedo pants, and red boots. Later, Miley Cyrus posted on Instagram a series of paparazzi photographs from the event, including the raunchy wardrobe malfunction that took place during the event.
“Swipe right . But hurry. Instagram will definitely be removing this post soon,” the celebrity said with three photographs, one of which shows her breast in its entirety.
In the comment area of Cyrus’s post, both her followers and her renowned pals voiced their approval of her daring post. Several commenters referred to her as an icon and used the hashtag “#FeelTheNipple” in their responses.
“Heh,” supermodel Helena Christensen said. “I SEE U,” said Derek Blasberg, who is the director of beauty and fashion for YouTube.
Cyrus made a surprise appearance at the opulent Marc Jacobs show, where she wore a black bra top with wide-leg pants that matched the top. She finished off the edgy, monochrome style by accessorising it with a zebra print jacket and long black gloves.
The singer who achieved success with the song “Slide Away” uploaded a video to Instagram showing her walking the runway, and she simply captioned the film with the words “Included @marcjacobs?”
Her surprise appearance was a delight among her renowned supporters, including the runway queen Naomi Campbell, who were all there to see it. The supermodel, who is 49 years old, responded to the video with the word “???” followed by three fire emojis.
Ella Balinska, who plays Charlie on Charlie’s Angels, responded to the news with a “Yessss!!!?” comment. In addition to that, this was not the first time that Cyrus worked with the fashion designer. Previously, she was featured in the Spring/Summer 2014 ad campaign for Marc Jacobs.
Additionally, she collaborated with the company the year before to design a hoodie that benefited Planned Parenthood. The hoodie featured a topless portrait of Miley Cyrus along with the message “Don’t f— with my freedom” written in black-and-white block letters.
The phrases were taken from Miley Cyrus’ song “Mother’s Daughter,” which can be found on the album She is Coming. These lyrics show Cyrus’ pro-choice attitude on the issue of abortion.