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You Can Shop Where Miley Cyrus Shops For Her Chanel

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    Miley Cyrus may not be your traditional Chanel wearer. Often when we think of the French fashion house an image of Coco herself comes to mind — along with bouclé sets, tweed jackets, and pearls (so many pearls). Not once do we think of twerking. Alas, while Cyrus may not exactly fit the old mold, nonetheless she's basically Chanel super-fan numero uno, as evidenced by her Bangerz Tour ensembles. And, now we know exactly where she sources her vintage gems.

    As Miley's stylist, Simone Harouche, reveals, it's the site Designer Vault that's responsible for the superstar's amazing collection. "Harouche works closely with Christina Samoylov of Designer Vault to meet the star's every outrageous demand," a rep from the consignment shop tells us. Furthermore, as the self-professed "largest collection of Chanel bags in the country," Designer Vault also houses tons of rare pieces from throughout Chanel's history — the kind of ones that the most devoted collector would be elated to get her hands on. Miley's no different.

    Click on for some of the picks we wouldn't be surprised find their way into Miley's eclectic, heavy-on-the-spandex style next.

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