Miley Cyrus Poses Topless for the Cover of Rolling Stone

Miley Cyrus Poses Topless for the Cover of Rolling Stone

“I’M COMPLETELY NAKED BUT I’M MAKING IT FASHION,” she wrote on Instagram.

Miley Cyrus lately launched her new album, Plastic Hearts, and the singer has graced the quilt of Rolling Stone to advertise the brand new record.

For the quilt, Cyrus posed topless for pictureer Brad Elterman. On social media, the “Midnight Sky” singer captioned the quilt picture, “AT LEAST I GIVE THE PAPERS SOMETHING THEY CAN WRITE ABOUT. ☠️.” Cyrus wore a plethora of bracelets and rings for the picture shoot, and the singer signaled her entrance right into a punk rock period with a vibrant purple lip, smokey eye make-up, and a cross earring. Cyrus’s new hand tattoo can also be seen within the pictures. The ink is by LA-based artist, Winter Stone.

 

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Contained in the journal, Cyrus posed with an open shirt, her nipples solely partially-concealed by Rolling Stone’s brand. “THEY TOLD ME I SHOULD COVER IT SO I WENT THE OTHER WAY,” she wrote.

 

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In one other picture, Cyrus posed in just a few sheer tights and pair of boots. “I’M COMPLETELY NAKED BUT I’M MAKING IT FASHION,” she captioned the snap on Instagram.

 

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Through the interview, the Black Mirror star opened up about her unbelievable profession thus far, and what she hopes to attain sooner or later. “I wish to lay down a brand new stone for a path for the subsequent technology of artists, philanthropists, the way in which that Debbie Harry has performed for me,” she instructed Rolling Stone. “I’d wish to be often called somebody that created one thing that didn’t quite exist, or that I delivered one thing that nobody knew that they wanted or needed, however after they had it felt that they couldn’t reside with out it. … That’s what I might need as an artist.”