It’s rare for celebrities to wear outfits that represent the issues close to their hearts, but Miley Cyrus is currently giving a masterclass on how to incorporate core beliefs into your wardrobe. Currently in London to promote her new single, “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” with Mark Ronson, the pop star and longtime animal rights activist has used the occasion to showcase the best in cruelty-free fashion. Out at BBC’s Maida Vale studio, Miley posed for pictures with fans while wearing a vintage faux fur from Vivienne Westwood. Layered over a Wolford bodysuit, Westwood shorts, and vegan leather cowboy boots by Casadei, the look was sleek and monochromatic while reflecting the ethical principals Cyrus holds dear.
The all-black color scheme and use of cruelty-free pieces has been a constant theme on Cyrus’s London tour. Yesterday she opted for the winning combination of a Chanel mini-skirt and Stella McCartney’s thigh high boots while leaving her hotel in Westminster. Undeniably sexy thanks to its leg-baring nature, the outfit continued the stylish trajectory she’s been on since she arrived wearing Gucci trousers and a matching turtleneck.
With vegan versions of fur, leather, and wool all in the mix in her wardrobe, Miley proves that skipping the authentic materials doesn’t mean sacrificing style. With more and more brands giving up exotic skins and banishing harmful practices in favor of alternatives Miley’s forward-looking outfits are more than a celebrity style moment. They’re a peek at how we’ll all be dressing in the near future.
This article first appeared on Vogue.com.
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