Just leave it up to the likes of fashion powerhouses like the Marc Jacobs’ to make Miley over and we’ll completely forget about that wrecking ball that that she came in on (and what she came in on it-without).
Miley Cyrus may not have been the choice for Vogue’s U.S cover this spring (over Rihanna) but the twerkin,’ tongue wagging pop princess (in all her theatrics’ splendor) snagged a spring campaign for one of the fashion industries most respected designers [Marc Jacobs]-who managed to make Miley over fully-clothed (tongue in) yet, managed to capture the 21 year-old controversial pop princess looking like modeling was made for her-even behind a goth themed shoot.
The full release of the photos have come to fruition and fans after being announced back in January that she would be the new face of the campaign.
Jacobs explains [about the shoot]: “We wanted this beach with the 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 talent, her intelligence, everything,” he said. “There’s nothing I don’t like about her. She is just genuine and very natural.”
Well that’s the good news, the fashionable news-the glory, the light and shine front-lens.
According to our source Juergen Teller (the in-house photographer that typically shoots Jacobs’ campaigns refused to work with Cyrus-and didn’t shoot the 2014 ad campaign.
Jacobs explained: “I have worked with Juergen for years and love him as an artist. He just didn’t want to shoot her.”
Juergen didn’t state a reason why-only that he did not want to comment [on why].
No problem however, because whatever the case/reason was, the shoot got done. And photographer David Sims did an awesome job in capturing Miley on the beach set-styled by Stefan Beckman (and obviously-without incident).
Source: Brandi Fowler
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