Miley Cyrus showed off her flare for fashion with her latest satirical choice, an androgynous black pantsuit. The Wrecking Ball crooner wore the stylish number to the 61st annual Grammy Awards, held at the Staples Centre in Lose Angeles. Modelling her ensemble on the red carpet, the 26-year-old opted to go without a bra underneath the tailored suit. Instead, she flaunted her womanly curves, drawing attention to her décolletage in the dangerously low-cut jacket.
The masculine garment had velvet panels across the sleeves and bodice, giving it a sophisticated, yet chic look to it.
She matched the top half of her ensemble with fitted black trousers, which showcased her toned thighs and unusual footwear.
Miley’s gold heeled stilettos were impossible to miss as the fabric cut-off at her ankles to reveal her shoes and intricate tattoos.
Her hair was worn in tousled curls, which she had swept to one side and let drape across her shoulders.
Although her outfit was simple, she sported an array of accessories, including several earrings, to give it that wow factor.
Meanwhile, fellow pop star Katy Perry, 34, stunned in a pastel-coloured frock, with an elaborate skirt adorned with feathers.
The eye-catching strapless attire highlighted the singer’s slender waist and showed off her toned arms.
Interestingly, the garment had metallic detailing along the neckline, which stood out from the rest of the blush pink material.
Katy, who is dating actor Orlando Bloom, wore her platinum pixie locks parted to the side and brushed back.
Her hairstyle allowed her jewellery to be seen, with the star donning elegant drop-earrings and a silver band on her finger.
The Roar hitmaker’s make-up was flawless and complimented her unusual garment, as she incorporated the colours of her dress.
Katy’s eyes lids were coated with pink eye-shadow and winged eyeliner, and she wore a slick of rouge lipstick.
On the night, Katy and Miley paid tribute to Dolly Parton, who is being honoured with this year’s MusicCares Person of the Year at the Grammy.
Dolly, 73, is the first country artist to receive the honour, just a year after Fleetwood Mac became the first group honored.
She and Miley, who she is godmother to, sang her 1974 hit Jolene to the star-studded crowd.
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