Miley Cyrus Makes A Surprise Appearance At The Incredible Marc Jacobs Show

It was the perfect way to close an eventful New York Fashion Week.

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by Natalie Hammond |
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It’s the final slot on the NYFW schedule and always a highlight for the clothes (exquisite), the set (dramatic) and the energy (infectious). But yesterday, Marc Jacobs gave his audience nothing short of a spectacle. A troop of dancers twirled and gyrated around the show-goers, seated on wooden tables around the catwalk, and the stellar line-up of models that included Karlie Kloss, Liya Kebede, the Hadid sisters - and Miley Cyrus.

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Miley Cyrus at Marc Jacobs AW20 ©Getty

She appeared on the catwalk wearing a black bralette, black trousers, a pair of slouched leather gloves that stretched just above her elbows and a zebra-print jacket that trailed along the catwalk, while her blonde hair was left to bob around her shoulders.

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The dancers at Marc Jacobs AW20 ©Getty

The video she posted on Instagram last night, with the caption ‘Included’, already has 5 million likes and comments from Hailey Bieber (‘YUP. STOMP QUEEN.’) and Naomi Campbell (three fire emojis).

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Marc Jacobs AW20 ©Getty

The rest of the clothes exuded typical Jacobs energy, ranging from the deliciously wearable (Adut Akech in a black beret and black leather jacket) to the fantastical (Kaia Gerber, dressed in a fuzzy yellow coat and matching conical hat, looked like she’d teleported straight from the Sixties) to the heart-rendingly beautiful (Mica Argañaraz in a crushed gown made out of what looked like burnished foil).

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Marc Jacobs AW20 ©Getty

The head-to-toe pastel looks, in outfits that included skirt suits worn with bras and Mary-Janes in sugary shades, were also delicious.

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Coach 1941 brings in the big guns

The Coach 1941 finale had a kinda special soundtrack, with Blondie's Debbie Harry teaming up with The Coathangers slap bang in the middle of catwalk. The clothes, incidentally, were deliciously colour-blocked, from the peacock blue leather coats to the scarlet tennis socks.

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Khaite signs up for scarf prints

The New York brand famous for that Katie Holmes cashmere cardigan-bra set sent scarf-print shirts, dresses and neckerchiefs down its AW20 catwalk.

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Rodarte revels in gothic horror

Rodarte always produces something fantastical - and its AW20 collection was no short on magic. Inspired by Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula, the cloaked dresses and flower-clustered headdresses were given a wickedly dark glamour.

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Oscar de la Renta takes the hoodie to the next level

Bella Hadid's look at the Oscar de la Renta show proved that the hoodie can be high-fashion - and then some. Hers was styled with a hot pink minidress, but wouldn't jeans be the ultimate high-low mix? It could happen.

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Proenza Schouler goes lopsided

Almost all the dresses and coats at Proenza Schouler were lopsided or, to use fashion speak, 'asymmetric'. Simply slip your cardigan off the shoulder and - voila! - you'll look next season now.

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Carolina Herrera makes the ultimate colour clash

Saffron yellow and frog green don't mix on paper, but Carolina Herrera put them side by side to brilliant effect at yesterday's show. The rules are: there are no rules.

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Zimmermann marries boho with Victoriana vibes

The New York label brand for its bohemian leanings took a different tack for AW20. We'll be wearing this high-collared and ruffled-sleeved frock to our next Victoriana-themed party.

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Brock Collection makes a case for the face veil

If a full veil feels too frou-frou, brides-to-be should consider Brock Collection's delicate face covering. There's no risk of a drunk uncle stepping on it - and it'll keep every strand locked into place. Clever, no?

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Tory Burch’s boots are made for gardening

You don't have to be green-fingered to get on board with Tory Burch's boots. The just-over-the-knee styles were candy-coloured and covered in tiny sprigs of flowers. Blooming lovely.

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Longchamp says hello to high-fashion lederhosen

Lederhosen got the Longchamp seal of approval at NYFW, with Liya Kebede's look featuring a suede bralet that would almost have worked in a German beer hall setting. Accessorise with a buckled belt, knee-high boots and, of course, your favourite lager.

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Christopher John Rogers gives the ultimate big dress energy

Last year's CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner Christopher John Rogers, whose fan club includes Rihanna, Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King, gave us the best big dress energy by miles. The checked gown, with its ruffled collar and voluminous skirt, had the thrilling energy of a circus tent in full swing. We bow down.

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Brandon Maxwell goes green (lime green)

King of the dramatic red carpet dress - think Lady Gaga's gradual disrobing at last year's Met Gala - Brandon Maxwell gave us a very good reason to try lime green next season. His modern princess gown, featuring a racer-back bodice and romantically full skirt, was a 10 on the zest scale and, bonus, had pockets.

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Ulla Johnson brings back gloves

Gloves have made a red carpet comeback this awards season - see Zoe Kravitz at the Golden Globes and Margot Robbie at the Bombshell premiere in elbow-length opera styles - but the Ulla Johnson show proved a scrunched leather pair is perfect for weathering winter. Wear with a mutton-sleeved blouse for maximum impact.

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Christian Siriano throws some serious shapes

Inspired by Birds of Prey, the Suicide Squad sequel starring Margot Robbie, Christian Siriano's collection featured serious power hips and shoulders. Coco Rocha's gown, with its sculpted shoulders and fishtail train, took up the same amount of room as a coffee table and, judging by the way she rested her elbows on it hip attachments, could serve as one too.

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