Singer Miley Cyrus Is Stylish in Black for Celebrity Hairstylist Oribe Canales' Memorial at NYFW
Singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus decided to pay tribute to the late celebrity hairstylist Oribe Canales by wearing an impressive all-black ensemble to his memorial recently.
Miley, 26, who has sold over 75 million records around the world, took to Instagram to share three photos of herself leaving the service.
"Can't catch my breath…..Oh how I will miss my sweet friend…"
In the caption, the "Wrecking Ball" singer explained that Oribe's memorial was beautiful and that she needed to serve for the "KING OF GLAMOUR."
Oribe passed away from a heart attack in December 2018 at 62 years old.
"We will miss you forever! Love you to the moon and back my dear friend!" she added.
Oribe Canales at The Hotel Gansevoort on January 20, 2010 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
The photographs show Miley wearing a plunging, figure-hugging dark dress cinched at the waist with a chic, rope belt, as described by Inquisitr.
The former Disney Channel star paired the look with oversized sunglasses, layered necklaces, various rings, and silver bracelets.
To allow her natural beauty to shine, Miley opted to wear minimal makeup and decided to go for the wet hair look.
At the star-studded memorial that took place at Lincoln Center, Miley gave a rousing speech that summed up Oribe's delightful spirit, as reported by Page Six.
She mournfully described a story that Oribe once gave her grandma, Mammie, a gorgeous wig for free after her hair began falling out because of sickness.
Miley closed out the night with a tearful rendition of "You Are My Sunshine."
"Oribe always told me fashion people don't like to sing, but I hope you'll join me," she told the crowd, who quickly broke into song.
At the point when the news broke of the Cuban-born hairstylist's passing, Miley shared photos of them on Twitter.
"Can't catch my breath…..Oh how I will miss my sweet friend…" she wrote.
Miley added that it makes her shake in disbelief, realizing that she can't call Oribe anymore to giggle, to talk, and to talk life.