Miley Cyrus poses topless to show off her shoes

More On:

miley cyrus

Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus and more attend Gucci’s star-studded show

Best star snaps of the week: Yeezy channels Michael Myers, Miley’s on the dot and more

Miley Cyrus poses topless in $1K Gucci underwear for Interview magazine

Miley Cyrus’ wildest VMAs outfits through the years

Who’s that chick that’s rockin’ kicks? It’s still Miley Cyrus.

In a series of Instagram photos shared on Thursday, the pop star posed topless while showing off her Gucci shoes.

She sported a black crop top and toted a tiny gold purse for the start of the slideshow, before stripping down to just her skivvies and sneakers ($1,135) for the final shot. 

“The shoe that sold itself,” she captioned the sexy series, where she struck several playful poses in her shoe-filled closet.  

The snaps seem to have been taken while the “Midnight Sky” singer, 28, was getting ready for the Gucci “Love Parade” runway show on Tuesday night, as the feathered dress she wore to the star-studded event can be seen hanging in the background.

Cyrus, who was named the face of Gucci’s Flora Gorgeous Gardenia parfum in June, regularly wears the brand’s designs, whether sporting sequined stage looks or Gucci face masks.

And it’s not the first time she’s showed some skin while showing off the Italian luxury label’s designs; She posed for Interview magazine in nothing but the brand’s underwear and socks last month, after sporting similarly sheer Gucci lingerie to promote her music back in 2019.

It seems the singer is her own best advertisement, too, as she posed pantsless in July to highlight her “Miley made me gay” merch, accessorized with – what else? – a pair of Gucci heels.

“IDK what @billyraycyrus is gonna be more pissed about! Me making a shirt that says ‘I ❤️  D—k’ or crawling all over his truck in my @gucci heels!” she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Perhaps she was referring to the House of Gucci when she sang “This is our house. This is our rules.” 

Share this article:

Source: Read Full Article