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Miley Cyrus' Furry Birthday Jacket Has Fashion History

It first appeared in Chanel's 1994 show.

This weekend, Miley Cyrus celebrated her birthday in the most Miley Cyrus way possible—with a full-on rave dubbed "Miley's Happyland" and topless dancing, pasties not included this time.

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While there was no shortage of conversation starters from the event, Miley's outfit might be the most interesting talking point. That nu-raver bright pink, yellow-trimmed fur shrug she wore actually has a lot of fashion history. Between Jeremy Scott's affinity for furry material and the Karl Lagerfeld-designed bathing suit Miley wore on the cover of V Magazine, fuzz is having a moment. This jacket, though, is actually 20 years old.

It first appeared in Chanel's 1994 Fall collection and came with a matching fur hat. For its September 1994 issue, according to VFILES, Vogue immortalized the jacket in a shoot with Stephanie Seymour, which was styled by the legendary Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele. Yes, the same Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele—LBR, how many are there in the world?—who works with Miley all the time, most recently on her Golden Lady tights campaign.

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But Miley's pairing of it—with a Pretty Woman-style dress and her own hands as pasties—has potential to go on to be its most iconic moment.