Noah Cyrus’s street style during Paris Fashion Week is giving off major main character energy.
The singer and little sister of pop star Miley Cyrus has been fashion show-hopping in the City of Lights this week. She attended the Weinsanto fall winter 2023 runway show on Monday, sat front row at Off-White’s fall winter show on Thursday, and was one of the celebrity VIPs at the Didu Paris fall winter show on Friday.
To celebrate Weinsanto, Cyrus wore an edgy, washed-out green bodysuit with an attached skirt. The piece featured a marble-like print and had a turtleneck, long sleeves which doubled as gloves, and leggings which covered the musician’s pointed-toe heels. The look didn’t leave much space for accessories, but Cyrus added a shimmery pop with a pair of silver hoops.
She let her inky-black straight hair loose for the outing, and wore pink eyeshadow up to her bleached brows, peach blush, and a glossy rose lip.
At Off-White’s event, Cyrus honored late creative director Virgil Abloh in a black-and-white hooded minidress. The long-sleeved piece was embellished with lace flowers throughout, which were layered over an abstract print made up of polka dots in different sizes and a netted pattern. The sleeves of the dress doubled as fingerless gloves, and the piece additionally featured a sash on one side of the skirt.
The “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” singer wore the mini with black sheer tights, and knee-high black leather heeled boots. As for glam, she had her hair slicked back and wore rosy, pink blush, and a matching lip tint to go with her pointy, powder-pink manicure.
For the Didu Paris show, Cyrus opted for a vintage-inspired look with a ’70s-esque brown denim dress with dramatic shoulder pads and white faux fur on the sleeves. A long zipper ran from the bust all the way down to the skirt, which featured a high leg slit and a raw hem. Large pockets adorned the sides, and Cyrus’s waist was cinched with a built-in belt with a large silver buckle.
Cyrus wore the unique piece with long black leather boots with round toes. On this occasion, she let her hair down in a silky straight ‘do, and wore barely-there makeup.
Rosa Sanchez is the senior news editor at Harper’s Bazaar, working on news as it relates to entertainment, fashion, and culture. Previously, she was a news editor at ABC News and, prior to that, a managing editor of celebrity news at American Media. She has also written features for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, among other outlets.