The first images from Miley Cyrus' Marc Jacobs spring 2014 ad campaign have just been released, showing a much more toned-down side of the Wrecking Ball singer.
Despite her usual more risqué style, Miley, 21, is all covered up in a navy jacket and long burgundy shorts in the shots, a stark contrast from the nude pic she took for her infamous "Protect the skin you're in" Marc Jacobs shirt (all the proceeds going to the NYU Skin Cancer Institute) that retailed for $35.
But this being Miley, she's already causing controversy, with reports that longtime Marc Jacobs collaborator Juergen Teller -- who's shot all previous Jacobs print campaigns -- refused to photograph her for the campaign.
"I have worked with Juergen for years and love him as an artist," Jacobs told WWD. "He just didn't want to shoot her."
Though Jacobs himself couldn't be happier with his newest face.
"We all just love her and her entire being, her energy, her talent, her intelligence, everything," he said. "There's nothing I don't like about her. She is just genuine and very natural."