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You know, we're just going to go ahead and call this whole campaign "Miley Cyrus and The Infinite Sadness." About two months ago, we brought you an early shot from Marc Jacobs spring/summer 2014 ad campaign featuring Chief Smiler in Charge, Miley Cyrus. Many fashion cognoscenti and, apparently, many of you did not approve. In fact, longtime Jacobs photographer Juergen Teller may have walked away from the shoot due to her use. (The rumor mill still hasn't settled that one.)
Now we're getting a full look at the campaign shot by David Sims and styled by one of our favorites, Katie Grand. Miley hits a whole new level of sad here. Like, Anna Karenina levels. That said, appearing alongside models Esmerelda Seay Reynolds and Natalie Westling, she looks pretty great. We're particularly fond of the shot where she sports oversized glasses. Yeah, she looks a lil' Bieber-esque, but she's chic nonetheless.
Now, the clothes, the makeup and hair styling, the photographer, and the post-apocalyptic beach setting help a lot. In the end, though, we can't deny that Cyrus was able to pull off what was asked of her. We're assuming the ultra-pout wasn't her idea.
The question remains, though: Do you think she should have even been in this ad? Let's talk it out in the comments below.