Renowned Italian designer Roberto Cavalli recently unveiled sketches for a larger-than-life Miley that look straight out of her bad-ass street style wardrobe. As a huge Miley fan since the beginning, I regret to express my disappointment with the collection as a whole. High-waisted hot pants, bejeweled body suits, and body baring bustiers, while in vogue, are all too predictable. Furthermore, with the hype around Miley at the moment, I was expecting for a show-stopping ensemble– not outfits she could easily wear in her everyday life. I would even go on to describe some pieces, like the nude body suit with Swarovski crystals covering just the right places, to be incredibly unoriginal (ie: Britney Spears' popular 2004 "Toxic" video).
Despite my personal distaste, it is safe to say that Miley's tour will consist of over-the-top sets, legit dance numbers, a plethora of twerking teddy bears, and whatever else she dreams up for her dedicated "Smilers". I just wish that a ticket to her show was in my starving student budget.