Or at least that’s what we (and the Financial Times, registration req’d) gathered from his latest ad campaign.
She’s 50% more emo now, see? She even wears her sunglasses at night so she can hide her red eyes. Jazzy!
FT thinks this move amounts to “strategy at the highest level” and that it might be a win for both parties since “fashion loves a high/low moment” and Miley’s itching for a little redemption among the well-heeled crowd. It worked out well for Posh Spice, but how many image makeovers can one former teenybopper have?
We doubt Marc has Miley’s best interests in mind. In fact, we have photographic evidence that he values self-promotion above all other things…
Calm down Marc Jacobs. pic.twitter.com/gXTV6LmyNl
— सैक्स बाॅम्ब (@EvilToothfairy) December 17, 2013
Looks like any other fashion spread to us, but just to be safe we’re gonna pull a Sinead O’Connor: Run, Miley! Run!
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