Belfast Telegraph

Friday 31 October 2014

Miley covers up

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus covered up in a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier gown at the Bambi Awards 2013 last night.

The American star, who turns 21 later this month, opted for a demure look in a black vintage Jean Paul Gaultier gown. The plain floor-length number featured long sleeves with large, circular bottoms and a similar neckline.

Miley added a splash of colour with dark red lipstick and kept up her classic ensemble by wearing a large pearl necklace by Lorraine Schwartz.

She was honoured at the event in the category of International Pop, being described as the "star of the hour" and a "brilliant musician" by the ceremony's jury.

The blonde singer-and-actress also took to the stage to perform her track Wrecking Ball later in the evening. While she still remained covered up in a long-sleeved crop top and high-waisted skirt the bright yellow colour of the outfit made her stand out.

One star who stayed true to her sophisticated style at the event was Victoria Beckham. The British designer looked chic in a black low-cut dress from her own label with Chopard jewels. She was honoured with the Style and Power Icon for her brand at the event in Berlin. Her award was presented by Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld.

Her long dark locks were tied into a side ponytail and her smoky eye make-up gave her a smouldering look.

Victoria shared her feelings on the night to her followers on Twitter afterwards.

"So much fun in Berlin!! Love u @kenpaves and @stilaproartist x vb (sic)" she gushed.

The Bambi awards are thrown each year to recognise people with "vision and creativity who affected and inspired the German public that year" and have other categories including film, sports and outstanding social commitment.

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