The 18-year old Grammy-winner is known for her over-the-top baggy clothes, crazy claws, and outrageous style—an anti thesis to the good-girl-gone-bad formula that record labels usually manufacture out of rising pop stars.
When Calvin Klein tapped Billie Eilish a year ago for their ad campaign, she shared her style introspection. “That’s why I wear baggy clothes. Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath. Nobody can be like, ‘she’s slim-thick,’ ‘she’s not slim-thick,’ ‘she’s got a flat ass,’ ‘she’s got a fat ass.’ No one can say any of that because they don’t know,” Billie revealed. We stan an unbothered queen. Our year-end wish? Let women LIVE.
While we’re still daydreaming about Billie coming to Manila post-quarantine soon, we can only wish she’d be decked in local streetwear brands like when fellow musician Khalid wore DBTK during his 2018 American Teen Tour. It’s a no flex zone, but supporting local, especially now, is the way to go. Scroll down below to see all the brands we want to see in Billie’s Manila concert wardobe in the future!
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One of the OGs of the local streetwear scene, Proud Race’s deconstructed and oversized pieces would make a good match on Billie.
WE DROOL x HYSTERIA CO.
Vintage tees are a Billie Eilish staple. It’s a no-brainer that she would wear this collab by Wedrool and Hysteria Co.
Only good at being bad, the pop star’s often spotted in baggy button-downs like Meraki Women’s, similar to 90s hip-hop royalty, Missy Elliot.
Keeping it neutral, Billie also likes putting a spin on earth toned outfits, which is why this desert camo button down by local brand Notwithstandingus would look neat.
When we fall asleep, where do we go? Sleek/Shy definitely knows what’s up.
DON’T BLAME THE KIDS
This DBTK x Sesame Street collab is making us want to see Billie as a musical guest in the show.