Miley Cyrus Wants to Design a 'High Quality' Jewelry Line

Twerking may have ruined Miley Cyrus's shot at a Vogue cover, but Harper's Bazaar didn't seem to have any such qualms.
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Twerking may have ruined Miley Cyrus's shot at a Vogue cover, but Harper's Bazaar didn't seem to have any such qualms.
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Twerking may have ruined Miley Cyrus's shot at a Vogue cover, but Harper's Bazaar didn't seem to have any such qualms. As previously reported, the erstwhile child star covers the glossy's October issue, shot by Bazaar fave and Cyrus pal Terry Richardson.

Cyrus has been the center of controversy since late last summer--around the same time she chopped off her hair (and that godforsaken bun). Cue the Britney Spears comparisons and the tabloids claiming she's "out of control." Luckily, despite her fame and constant public scrutiny, it seems Cyrus has a pretty good perspective on the whole thing, reminding us all that, you know, it's just a haircut. "It changed everyone else's life more than it changed mine," she told the mag.

Cyrus also had some choice words for haters who feel like her style is too risque.

"I feel like every girl is trying to have a beauty shot and prove that they're 'fashion,'" she said. "But I can be in white leggings and a white sports bra and I'm on a whole other level of shit that those girls don't even get yet because they don't know how to do it." We're not sure that's why some people take issue with her style, but okay.

Regardless, there's no question that Cyrus is into fashion, and the natural next step for most celebs would be to unveil a line. Cyrus actually already did a collection with Walmart back in her Disney days, but well, that didn't exactly go as planned. "I went in there and saw, like, a puppy on a T-shirt. I was like, 'This is not what I wanted.' I wanted skinny jeans, I wanted to bless Walmart with jeggings!"

Now she says she's considering doing a jewelry line in the future. "Making real stuff with high quality," she told Bazaar. "Not quantity. But not until I know I can give it 120 percent. I don't want to just slap my name on something."

...We wonder if it will have more or fewer penises than Ke$ha's jewelry line.

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