Miley Cyrus is no stranger to the spotlight and her fierce catwalk at New York Fashion Week captured the attention of many.
On Wednesday, Marc Jacobs' Fall/Winter 2020 show concluded NYC's most stylish week with a bang -- and a surprise cameo from Cyrus strutting on the runway.
The "Slide Away" singer modeled during the show wearing a black bra, trousers and gloves. She accessorized with a sparkly necklace and held a zebra-print coat as she sashayed.
Cyrus posted a video clip from the show on Instagram along with the caption "Included."
The 27-year-old music star later posted a close-up look at her glam where she is seen with flipped out blonde hair and bangs. She also wore a smoky eye look and glossy lips.
"It's a modern take on beauty, and an exploration of individuality," lead makeup artist for the show, Pat McGrath, said in a statement. "There is an individual look for each model – from a light smoky eye to strong winged liner and red lips, and all the way to fresh and dewy, no makeup looks."
"But even the strongest look with a black eye pencil and red lipstick is timeless – you think of all time periods, past, present, and future – and that makes beauty what it is today," she added.
Lead hairstylist for the show and Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau was inspired by women from all generations.
"This show is all about different styles, all in one genre, but in different points of time," Palau said in a statement. "[Marc Jacobs] calls it 'dynamic classicism,’ so there's a classicness to the way the girls look."
He continued, "There are nods to different time periods: the 60s, 90s, but in a way that girls might wear their hair today. You'll see girls with ponytails, deep side parts, scarves, hats, uptown girls, downtown girls."
In an Instagram post from the designer label showcasing the latest collection, Jacobs describes the line as emphasizing restraint, quality of fabrics make and proportion.
In addition to Cyrus participating in the show, other notable attendees included rapper Nicki Minaj as well as model Naomi Campbell.
Check out more fun outtakes from one Marc Jacobs' Fall 2020 show ahead.