In honor of the massive fashion issue, Miley put her grill away, toned down the twerking and covered her hot bod in some of the finest couture we've ever laid eyes on.
The singer showed a truly elegant side in the editorial, modeling frothy ball gowns and devastatingly chic designer looks from Giorgio Armani Prive, Chanel, Dior, Valentino, Atelier Versace and more.
No longer the sweet innocent country girl we used to know, Cyrus has recently transformed into a punk rocker with serious sex appeal, and opens up about her style evolution with executive editor Laura Brown.
In her candid (and very coy!) video interview, she sheds light on her famous pixie cut, the catalyst to her new edgy attitude.
"I was in Philadelphia working and I met Chris McMillan in my hotel room. I had him bleach my hair and cut it. I didn't even look like myself!"
As for her obsession with fashion, Miley says she's done her homework. "I look at blogs online, like all night when I'm falling asleep. I think when you read something all night it kind of settles into your brain...I think that's happened to me!" she admits with a smile.
And while the star certainly has her pick of fancy designers to wear every day, there is one talented guy that holds a special place in her heart.
"Marc Jacobs has always been one of my favorites. We've stayed very close. His clothes are on this perfect line of staying high fashion, but also where I put it on and people are inspired by it. It's like second skin," she says, adding that the nearly-naked mesh design of his which she wore recently to the Met Gala was one her absolute favorites.
As for her fashion favorites, Miley, who also shares that she's currently obsessed with everything by Moschino right now, takes her role as a style icon very seriously. "It's been an organic thing. As I take more control of my life, people are following that and are inspired by that. People want to see someone with a real clear vision of who they are right now," she said simply.
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
What do you think of Miley's editorial spread in Harper's Bazaar?