Miley Cyrus looks unrecognizable in double denim and black trilby as star masks up for day in New York

MILEY Cyrus' style credentials allowed her to swerve the pitfalls of a double denim fashion faux pas as the singer cut a smart figure in New York.

The Wrecking Ball vocalist added a classic touch to her striking look in the form of a black trilby hat.

Yet in covering up almost completely as she added a mask, she was almost unrecognizable as she left a building in New York's East Village.

Miley, 27, finished her look with black boots and a chunky silver chain necklace.

She clutched her phone in her hand as she left the venue before hopping into the snug black seats of a waiting car.

Just hours earlier, the controversial popstar was spotted covered in blood as she filmed her new music video with Dua Lipa – where she was spotted sporting the same head-gear.





Former Hannah Montana star Miley wore torn fishnets with a black corset-style leotard and white tank, paired with platform stilettos and chunky jewelery for the scenes which were filmed outside a warehouse.

She rocked her shaggy bleach blonde mullet with heavy eye make up, but it was the fake blood that stained her neck and tee that stood out.

The scenes were shot in the middle of the night, although it was unclear if Miley's character was a victim of an attack or the perpetrator.

Miley worked with Dua Lipa – and Billy Idol – on her new album, and Dua was also pictured on the set, wearing a white fluffy bathrobe to cover her outfit.


The Malibu singer has been releasing new music in recent weeks, and the music video comes after The Sun Online revealed the Wrecking Ball singer has recorded a handful of tracks for the forthcoming record that take aim at Liam Hemsworth — including one in which she says she faked things in the bedroom.

Miley’s on-off relationship with the Aussie actor, 30, began in 2009 and the pair tied the knot in December 2018 before divorcing in 2019.

In the first verse of her unreleased song Win Some, Lose Some, she sings: “Last night was the nail in the coffin, Lord knows we were already dead.

“Look back and the memory’s haunted, can’t believe we did it again, yeah. Can’t count all the times that I faked it, thank God for the thoughts in my head.”

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