Noah Cyrus made her haute couture week debut in two equally striking looks. The singer (and sibling of Miley Cyrus) attended Stéphane Rolland’s spring 2024 presentation on Tuesday, followed by an appearance at Jean Paul Gaultier on Wednesday.
Cyrus, much like her older sister, has favored her fair share of edgy, over-the-top fashions through the years. In 2023, she made a splash at Paris Fashion Week, wearing a series of designs from Arturo Obegero, Robert Wun, Alexandre Vauthier, Paul Benzing and Ludovic de Saint Sernin. Cyrus’ stylist, Lyn Alyson, is the curator of her wardrobe. Avril Lavigne and Halsey are among Alyson’s other high-profile clients.
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Ahead, all of the details on Cyrus’ couture week ensembles.
Cyrus’ sheer floor-length Stéphane Rolland sheath featured a jeweled neckline and ovular, three-dimensional embellishments. Swaths of rosy blush added a pop of color to the singer’s look, which also included bleached brows.
Texture is poised for popularity this season, with stars like Dua Lipa, Mandy Moore and Emma Stone setting the trend at recent award shows like the Emmys and Golden Globes.
Cyrus’ Gaultier garment, a red satin gown with a sheer, blush overlay, featured an off-the-shoulder neckline. This season marked the debut of designer Simone Rocha’s tenure at the famed fashion house after Jean Paul Gaultier retired in 2020.
Shades of red are still in demand this year after rouge hues dominated the runways of Valentino, Ferragamo and Alexander McQueen in 2023. The celebrity set has swiftly followed suit — look no further than Suki Waterhouse, Katherine Heigl and Meghann Fahy’s looks at the Emmys last week.
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