After you look at these, you should probably see this total throwback Vine Billie once posted swooning over a shirtless Justin Bieber. Like her lewks, it's iconic.
Before Billie, streetwear was a man's game. Instead of showing up at the 2019 iHeartRadio Awards in a glittery romper or pants, the singer wore an oversized shorts suit by a New York-based Instagram artist named Slumpy Kev who specializes in hand-painted recreations of early-aughts cartoons. Her look featured paintings of Sailor Moon, which doesn't seem to have anything to do with her pop persona, but we're with it regardless. Her Sailor Moon suit isn't her craziest 'fit, but it was definitely the most of-the-moment look of the night and an entirely new take on androgynous fashion.
The best part about being a celebrity, other than the buckets of money and lack of a desk job, must be the ability to not have to carry your own sh*t around. Imagine trying to carry a purse in this hoodie. Or sending a text. This hoodie by Denver graphic designer Ivy Lindstronm renders its wearer literally useless, but it was custom made for Billie by another grassroots designer that answers only to her own inspiration. Billie's worn this piece since its red carpet debut, but pairing it with this Nickelodeon-slime green pants and shoes was wild.
Can we talk about the fact that Billie always looks gorg? Like even when she's *clearly* trying not to because she's going through some teen sh*t, she's got a great face. This is a rare outfit where Billie isn't purposefully hiding her striking features. The green brings out her grey hair, which in turn highlights her blue-grey eyes, which surprisingly are not colored contacts. Some people have all the luck. The fabric's shimmer makes it difficult to figure out what exactly is happening here, but it looks like her classic oversized suit with a massive fabric belt. The furry green mocassins complete this bedroom chic look.
Billie's obsession with Justin Bieber is well-chronicled. We've all seen the Vine. She's apparently decided to start dressing like him during his peeing-in-buckets era, and we're here for it. Say what you want about her purple basketball jeans and the backward baseball cap, but our girl knows how to commit to a bit. She's got rings on all of her fingers, purple shoes, and purple sunglasses, showing that accessories really make an outfit. The monochrome is lit, even down to the silver accents throughout. This is what we in fashion like to call "careful planning."
Proving once again that Billie is the reigning king of streetwear, the "you should see me in a crown" singer stepped out in London during her latest world tour wearing another monochromatic number. The biggest statement here are the money pants by Freak City LA, a store known for its special order work, popularity with Los Angeles' edgy clubbing teens, and bootleg designs for stars like Nicki Minaj, MIA, and Paris Hilton. One person's oversized sweatshirt is another's clout, and Billie has it in droves. The graphic hoodie by Alien Body is classic Billie, our fave "Goth, Star, Sinner!"
Remember what we said about clout? Something we've learned from this celebrity fashion roundup is that if you're ever thinking about questioning Billie's freaky taste, just don't. This button-down features a print by the Japenese artist Takashi Murakami, who blends traditional Japenese art and low-brow pop art to create some of the most thought-provoking Japenese pieces since the 1990s. The matching socks come from another fashion bootlegger, Imran Moosvi, who Billie rocks on the regular and has outfitted Bad Bunny and Travis Scott. It's a safe bet that most of Billie's Louis Vuitton sh*t is really bootlegs from Imran.
Billie's Insta caption said this sweet ride was hers, but if she rode a motorcycle, she'd post about it way more often. The bright side of usually dressing in only one color is that its easy to twin with random objects you find on the street. It's the full-body wrap-around chain that sets this shorts set apart from all of her other shorts sets — honestly, the fact that oversized shorts suits are Billie's look is wild in the first place, and the fact that she always looks dope AF is ever wilder.
Tell me Billie doesn't look ready to hit up Kanye West's Sunday Service in this 'fit. Maybe it's the Kardashian beige, maybe the suburbia behind her, but this looks like something Kylie Jenner would wear on her days off (if she ever had them). She's also wearing her own merch with her name on it, which is a baller move for anybody, especially when you pair them with matching lime green Jordans. If only they were Yeezys, this would be peak Calabasas couture, which TBH is just a less angsty variation of her usual style. Think about it.
Billie Eilish or Harley Quinn? You tell me. In a very on-brand move, Billie is wearing a jumpsuit by Très Rasché, a woman-led unisex streetwear label dedicated to lifting up other women along with her burgeoning brand. The brand had a color blocking moment, but this $142 jumpsuit has sold out on their site, which isn't a huge surprise considering Billie is a humanitarian and tags all of her items' brands on Insta. In a ~truly~ wild move, Billie is wearing *actual* Supreme shoes because even the poster child for bootleg streetwear can pay respect to the undefeated streetwear GOAT.
The verdict is out on whether Billie is a Lil B "The Based God" groupie for his music or because she stans his motivational tweets, but her visit to Beats 1 proclaimed her love for the Father of Internet Rap. While it points towards what elderly people would call her internet fluency, it also is another example of Billie stanning artists that do wrong towards women and just kind of ignoring it. First, there was her friendship with the late XXXTentacion, now she's advertising her love for Lil B "The Based God Who Posts Pictures Of Underage Girls' Feet On The Internet." Not her best look.
Another Freak City L.A. piece, Billie's refashioned Gucci velour suit is Juicy Couture made ethereal. It's more quietly pretty than the fashion we're led to expect from the gothic teen queen, which is what makes it so surprising. The wrap-around chains point back at her edgy aesthetic, but this is a softer version of streetwear that's a bit of a departure from her carefully curated shock value. Leave it to Billie to make subtlely more shocking than that whole face tarantula thing was.
And now we're back to the Billie we know and love. Take Joey putting on all of Chandler's clothes and make it fashion. This crazy b*tch layered a fur coat over a jacket over an oversized shirt and paired it with mesh pants. Add the statement hoops, socks that weirdly make it look like she has Bratz pegs for ankles, and an intense undereye liner moment, and you get a luxury teen Cookie Lyon somehow. Literally, how does she do it?
It's wild how even when she was fifteen and still figuring out her signature style, Billie still showed hints of her future style evolution. It's super weird seeing her in something that isn't oversized, but this Brandy Melville-meets-Supreme look is just a prequel to her street style takeover only a few years later. The open-calf pants and chain hint at her grungy sensibilities, and we're honestly pressed that she wasn't tagging her brands on Insta yet because we want to buy this set ASAP.
As a reminder that she was still on her bullsh*t in 2017, by far her most confusing outfit was this tracksuit fit for an inset — seriously, we're all seeing the six armholes right? At first, we thought this was Billie wearing the legs of a jumpsuit as arms with pants, but that definitely ain't it. We think it's a red Adidas sweatshirt and a yellow one zipped together as one with yellow matching pants. But when it comes to Billie Eilish style, you really have no clue wtf you're looking at. She paired it with a mesh top for the low scoop neck back and posed with a trash can because ... duh.
Can Billie do a D.I.Y. demonstration on how to make this top? Billie paired an IKEA bag crop top and matching belt with a yellow cardigan, black pants, and a mesh top, once again demonstrating that she's better than all of us. She's also still rocking her trusty chain because Billie has always been Billie. Is it anything compared to the blue fur pants she wore in April 2019? Not really, but the more normal Billie's 'fit, the harder it is to process.
When you're as fashionable as stylish Eilish over here, you can't let a little thing like a foot injury kill your vibe. True to form, Billie chose to forgo the boring medical boot for one designed by bootleg streetwear designer Junghoon Son aka Vandy the Pink, who customized the boot with a Louis Vuitton-inspired pattern. It goes with her Imran Moosvi knockoff Louis Vuitton shorts, but it's hard to be monotone when you've got a boot permanently attached to your ankle.
The bucket hat is back, and Billie paired it with a fully neon green outfit and a pixelated cameo dad shirt because that, my friends, is fashion. Celebs like Gigi Hadid have been bringing back the bucket hat for a hot minute, right after Jesus sandals came back because, as a society, we are making ugly clothes cute again. The wild thing here is her choice of accessory, a green plushy stick figure. It makes more sense when you realize this is also part of her merch line, but planning a total outfit around it is some BDE.
Billie Eilish is out here looking like she knocked up Juno, and we are here for it. She took a brief break from monochromatics to foray into color blocking, and she's the first female pop artist we've seen lean so far into this form of athleisure. It's like normcore meets Insta model in the very best way, like we can't tell if she's mocking suburban culture or is showing that she's a part of it. Someone, get this genius a fanny pack!
They say that fashion is the purest form of expression, and I don't think that's ever been truer than with these pants. Clearly, they say "blow me," and judging by when we all fall asleep, where do we go?, we're pretty sure Billie means that in both senses of the phrase. Another graphic streetwear brand (surprise), Billie got these from Kokiko US, and they clearly speak to her soul. Honestly, most of her looks scream "Blow Me," this one just does it literally.
No one color blocks like Billie Eilish, apparently, and now she's even got her hair in on the action. The best part of this look is definitively the two-tone sneakers, although the half-Jordan shorts are pretty impressive. The big takeaway here is that everything Billie wears is shocking, and everything she wears looks fantastic. Anyone who doesn't get it lacks vision, full stop, because her unisex streetwear vibe is the future.