Miley Cyrus, fired from Vogue, fronts Harper’s Bazaar

Miley Cyrus wears a dress by Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent in Harper's Bazaar.
(Terry Richardson / Harper’s Bazaar)

In the aftermath of her uber attention-getting performance at MTV’s Video Music Awards, twerking, foam-finger-flinging Miley Cyrus was reportedly fired from a planned Vogue cover shoot. But she’s on the cover of October’s Harper’s Bazaar. The magazine cover and interview were obviously finished before the VMAs but one quote seems prescient: “I was an adult when I was supposed to be a kid. So now I’m an adult and I’m acting like a kid” -- a twerking teen at that. [Harper’s Bazaar]

Target’s 3.1 Phillip Lim collaboration launched Sunday and on Monday, the big-box retailer and Peter Pilotto announced a collaboration that’s set to hit the store in February. It will include women’s apparel, accessories and swimwear, with most items priced under $60, according to a news release.

Tom Ford showed minidresses, skintight body suits and visible thongs at his London Fashion Week show. [The Cut]

Retired soccer great David Beckham’s model career continues. Besides those underwear ads for H&M, he’s now fronting in ads for Belstaff, which is known for outerwear, including motorcycle jackets. [WWD]


People are buying too many clothes, Dame Vivienne Westwood told the Telegraph. Forget quantity, go for quality, she said. [Telegraph]


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