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(Yahoo!) - Miley Cyrus may be known for showing off some skin and flaunting her body, but now she's teamed up with famed Italian designer Roberto Cavalli to take her tour costumes up a notch.
Cavalli has unveiled a set of designs for her Bangerz World Tour, which kicks off in February in Vancouver. And judging from the sketches, the 21-year-old is going to be channeling her inner animal on stage with a black zebra jumpsuit, leopard print shorts set, and crystal-embellished denim.
Cyrus told reporters in a telephone press conference last week that "our whole tour is literally based on animals." With one glimpse at this sexy pieces, we can see what she means.
But animals clearly aren't the only things inspiring Miley and her stage couture. One of the most risqué outfits is a nude jumpsuit embroidered with Swarovski gems very reminiscent of the one her idol and pal Britney Spears wore years ago.
This isn't the first time the Italian designer has joined forces with an A-lister for a music tour. Last year, he created ensembles with Beyoncé, dressing her to the va-va-vooms for her Mrs. Carter World Tour.
It's also not Cavalli's first time dressing Miley — the "Wrecking Ball" singer looked stunning in one of his creations at the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Roberto Cavalli is also not the only designer Cyrus will be donning for her Bangerz Tour. Marc Jacobs, The Blonds, and Jeremy Scott have all reportedly created pieces for the star to wear during specific sections of the show.
Aside from her tour, Miley tweeted on Monday a revealing snapshot for her MTV Unplugged poster. "@mtv presents miley cyrus: mtv unplugged y'all - check it out January 29th!" she posted.
Check out this video to see the incredible sketches for Miley Cyrus' tour and her poster complete with fake teeth and a blond bob:
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