When two contemporary pop muses announce a duet, the news does not go unnoticed.
She is Dua Lipa , an English singer of Albanian-Kosovar origins, launched in the world of music in 2015 by the Warner Music Group and soon transformed into an icon of the new pop: her songs are sparkling, danceable and with a nostalgic note that recalls the years '90. She, on the other hand, is Miley Cyrus , a former Disney starlet, known to the world first for her role in Hannah Montana, then for the series of scandals and bizarre stories that have occupied the headlines for long periods. With the song I can't be tamed he sent a clear message to the world: the days spent between glitter and blonde wigs were over; a new era would begin shortly thereafter for her.
But not just music in the world of girls. Icons of two different but complementary styles, fashion has always been used by both as a means to send messages. Dua together with her stylist Lorenzo Posocco found her stylistic personality in a 90s inspired look with a contemporary accent. Cargo pants, crop drops and Versace are his daily bread. On the other hand, there is no fixed rule for Cyrus who quickly changes style while maintaining a fixed basic rule: freedom to express herself. Her pixie cut is unforgettable, which she showed off after years of extensions, then left to grow into long golden hair (giving life to her famous alter ego for a short while) and finally transformed into a jaunty mullet. His latest clothing choices? Mugler and Richard Quinn are all the rage. Sexy, spontaneous and independent.
So what to expect from their “Prisoner” collaboration scheduled for today? Accompanied by a music video, directed by Miley herself with the help of 𝐀𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐚 𝐎'𝐇𝐞𝐫𝐥𝐢𝐡𝐲, an American multimedia artist, the tone of the song is dark and the fashion is pump rock: ripped jeans, big cross-shaped patches, corsets , crop top and fishnet stockings.
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Miley Cyrus' Plastic Hearts album will be available on November 27th.