Full circle second! After years of embracing dishevelled garments and pant fits, Billie Eilish blew Us away when she confirmed as much as the 2021 Met Gala in a beautiful Dolce and Gabbana robe that oozed Previous Hollywood glamour.
Whereas the blush-colored, corseted quantity appeared to be a departure from the 19-year-old singer’s signature model, it’s truly a return to a glance she as soon as liked essentially the most.
“Big dresses were my favorite thing when I was a kid,” she stated in a behind-the-scenes video for Vogue on Thursday, September 16. “I had so many dresses. I would wear a dress every single day.”
And provided that the Met Gala’s theme was “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” Eilish needed to mix her “love” for corsets and appreciation for “the OGs” like Maryland Monroe and Grace Kelly. The ultimate consequence? An over-the-top, show-stopping second worthy of an award. With Cartier diamonds, rock star glam and completely curled hair, Eilish had a complete princess second.
Although her Met Gala second could also be a return to her favourite vogue, Eilish’s time within the highlight has been characterised by a vastly totally different aesthetic.
“It’s really body image that tore that shit down,” the “Bad Guy” singer stated about her model evolution towards outsized attire. “Why do you think I’ve been dressing the way I have for years?”
Eilish has opened up a handful of instances lately about her relationship with physique picture and clothes.
“I never want the world to know everything about me,” she stated in a Calvin Klein marketing campaign circa 2019. “I mean, that’s why I wear baggy clothes: Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what was underneath.”
Her purple carpet apparel has been primarily jacquard-print fits and menswear-inspired ensembles. However in 2020, the singer teased that she had a picture transformation brewing, dubbing it “a new era.”
In March, she primarily broke the web when she debuted a platinum blonde hair shade. And are available Might, she sizzled in horny lingerie on the quilt of Vogue UK.
“It’s all about what makes you feel good. I you want to get surgery, go get surgery. If you want to wear a dress that somebody thinks that you’re too big to be wearing, fuck it — if you feel like you look good, you look good,” she stated in an interview with the publication.
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