Pieces from Miley Cyrus’ “Dirty Hippie” art show have made it to the runway of New York Fashion Week via the fashion showcase of avante-garde designer Jeremy Scott. The pop princess’ collection made it into Scott’s show in the form of accessories such as wildly designed DIY necklaces, bracelets and a hat.
On September 10, Cyrus sat in the front row with her mother, 2 Chainz, Bella Thorne and Whoopi Goldberg to see her pieces set off against a collection of clothing MTV.com described as “very 1999′s version of the late ’60s.” When Scott took his final walk down the runway at the end of the show, Cyrus joined him.
“Jeremy brought a lot of peace and self worth to me because even though to some people, it was just me gluing some things together, to me, it made me not a f--king pop star dumbass,” she told V Magazine in a recent interview. “I just wanted to give myself something I can work at, and even now, if I had more time and I wasn't on tour, I know I could outdo any of this because I've grown while doing it.”
The fashion show debuted Cyrus’ art pieces, which were made of gifts given to her by fans while on tour. According to Time, her art gave off a “high-DIY-project” vibe, which Scott told V Magazine was what drew him to her work. Featuring a five-foot bong, a vibrator with a joint attached to it, and an ostentatious party hat, the collection will be on display at the V Magazine offices in New York starting on September 11.
Making the pieces has apparently been therapeutic for the 21-year-old singer, allowing her to deal with what she described as a bad beginning to the year 2014. “I started taking all of those s--t things and making them good, and being like, I'm using it. My brother and my friends all said that's what they felt I was doing. So, that's how I started making art,” Cyrus said.