You could say that Miley Cyrus is a pro when it comes to capturing the attention of her fans. Not only does she change up her sound, she also transforms her style on a regular basis. And lately, she’s really been showcasing a broad range of looks.
Just weeks after flaunting photos from a Valentine’s Day-themed shoot for Converse shoes, the “Malibu” star has now revealed that she is the new cover girl for the spring 2018 issue of Wonderland magazine.
Miley took to Instagram on Feb. 27, to share three images from the upcoming spread with her fans, and lets just say that she’s not shy about flaunting her most enviable assets.
As you can see in the first photo below, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth, Miley goes old school in a sequined, off-the-shoulder bodysuit, and pierces the camera lens with her cat eyes. She also holds tight to a wine glass while standing amid a sea of pink-colored streamers. The word “Iconique” is also featured in small lettering across the photo.
In the second shot, Miley appears to be emulating a vintage dancer as she shows off her incredibly long legs mid-cancan. She wears a retro-styled ruffled dress, and accessorizes her look with oversized sunglasses.
The third photo shows Miley looking like an old Hollywood star. Her blonde hair is styled in tight round ringlets and covered up with a hairnet, and her lips are apple red. She poses seductively with her eyes closed while holding a bouquet of balloons.
As previously noted, the Wonderland photo shoot comes after Miley’s sassy Valentine’s Day shoot, in which she sported a two-piece outfit and rollers in her hair. Prior to that, she dazzled in a classic, floor-length princess gown at the 2018 Grammy Awards while performing “Tiny Dancer” with Elton John.
Speaking of Elton, according to Wonderland’s site, Miley’s interview portion of the spread includes topics like her Grammy duet with the musical icon, as well as her performance of Stevie Nicks’ “Landslide” at the 2018 MusiCares Person of the Year gala and her latest album, “Younger Now.” Miley’s Wonderland shoot will appear on stands March 15.