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Miley Cyrus takes to the catwalk

Miley Cyrus has taken to the catwalk at New York Fashion Week after launching her own jewellery collection.

The 21-year-old former Disney star may be all grown up, but she showed she was still young at heart with her colourful kitsch designs made of bright plastic beads and featuring little toys.

Miley has joined forces with designer Jeremy Scott, who dressed the models at his show in Miley's Dirty Hippie necklaces, rings and headpieces.

And after the runway show Jeremy came out for a bow, scooped the Wrecking Ball singer up from her front-row seat, and brought her along for a victory lap.

Beforehand, photographers swarmed to snap Miley, dressed in a bright multi-coloured ensemble of trousers and bra top, along with some of her handmade jewellery.

Backstage, Jeremy explained how the pop singer had come to design for him.

"We live really close to each other in LA, and she had a little party and I came over," he said. "And she started showing me these things she was making, and I said 'Wow, this kind of looks like my collection - it's colourful and stream-of-consciousness and everything just kind of goes and somehow works'. I was like, 'Oh my god this looks so cool, would you think about doing something?'."

Whoopi Goldberg, attending the show with her granddaughter, said she enjoyed herself. "So much fun," she said. "I could see my granddaughter in everything."

"I want the Shrek sweater," she added. "I'm too old, but I want it."

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