Singer Miley Cyrus dressed sensationally at the end of the year party broadcast by NBC, being the top of the Yucatecan designer Aidan Euan the one who caused the most controversy.
This top, from the AKNA brand, was one of the ones that caused the most stir and positioned the singer as a trend after a brief accident.
As we made known in AmericanPost.News, the also actress, was interpreting ‘Party in the USA’, when her top came off revealing her bare back.
With all professionalism, the singer discreetly held the top by the front and while singing, she turned her back on her audience and went to the back of the stage to solve the calamity.
This fact caused those present and spectators of the event to share videos of the embarrassing moment that the singer starred in.
Despite the fact that the singer did everything to make the event go unnoticed, it has caused controversy and became a trend after the exact moment of the event was released.
The controversy of this event has been so much that we took on the task of finding out who was the designer of this controversial It was a great surprise to learn that he is a Yucatecan designer, creator of the AKNA brand.
Who is Miley Cyrus’ costume designer?
The designer of this controversial wardrobe is a 29-year-old man named Aidan Euan, who is originally from Yucatán, Mexico and is well known in Los Angeles for his AKNA brand, which is inspired by the Mayan Goddess of fertility.
The brand emerged in 2016, However, the essence of the brand was born throughout Aidan’s life, Who spent growing up spent years helping her mother choose clothes, shoes, and wardrobes, which subconsciously taught her a lot about what complements the female figure.
It should be noted that this Yucatecan designer has not only dressed Miley Cyrus, but has made some 15 exclusive garments for Kim Kardashian, he also dressed Kali Uchis in his first show in Los Angeles, however he assures that he would like to dress more Latin personalities .
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