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BILLIE EILISH Unisex Kid's Classic Costumes

BILLIE EILISH Unisex Kid's Classic Costumes

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The fundamental theme of Billie’s story,” says Cutler, is “empathy, connection.” When Eilish finally watched a cut of the documentary, she had a hard time getting through it. “It’s really about my life, me, in such a way that I was not expecting, and was pretty brutal to relive.” But that experience has been ultimately rewarding—and it gave her something equally unexpected. “I was going through hell in certain parts of my life, and I had no idea anyone was seeing it,” she says. “The fact that they have footage of it and you can see my emotions…. It’s like, I can’t help but think about the last episode of The Office when Erin was like,” she paraphrases, “How did you do it? How did you really get how we felt and what we were doing? How did you do it? I used to watch that episode and be like, That would be amazing if somebody did that and you could rewatch those parts of your life from a different perspective. And I did it!” As one of my colleagues once remarked, every teenager these days either dresses like YouTuber Emma Chamberlain or Bille Eilish. The androgynous outfits paired with feminine accessories have become a staple for the singer. Hell, I want to dress like Eilish this Halloween. Here, one way to approach the look. You should wear this costume if... We should say, there are also happy songs here — about love, the good part of connecting, the sort of empowering part of being with someone. I want to actually go to Billie Bossa Nova because I used to live in Brazil, so I was real happy to hear this. Have you been to Brazil? AT THE GRAMMYS, FOLLOWING EILISH’S SWEEP OF EVERY OTHER MAJOR CATEGORY, THE CAMERA CAUGHT HER MOUTHING “PLEASE DON’T LET IT BE ME.” (IT WAS HER.)

On the flip side, the singer has clarified that she's not being critical of people who choose to dress differently from her – she's simply wearing what makes her happy and hopes other people feel free to do the same. Billie says, "I don’t like that there’s this weird new world of supporting me by shaming people that [may not] want to [dress like me]. Aw, what a cute question. Billie Eilish, the 17-year-old pop star whose debut album has gone number one multiple times in the past year, blew up the music world after her song "Ocean Eyes" went viral on SoundCloud in 2016. Since then, she released her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, dominated the Saturday Night Live stage, and became a veritable fashion icon, donning oversized T-shirts and shorts alongside sneakers and layers of jewelry. Ever since 2017, Billie Eilish has taken one day each year to sit down with Vanity Fair for a Time Capsule interview, where she talks about her career, her personality, and the changes she has seen over the previous 12 months. When she arrived on set on October 18, 2021, one transformation was obvious. Earlier this year, the 19-year-old pop star swapped out her signature multihued neon hairstyles for a stark platinum blonde.It's like the main place that I should go. The first fan account I ever had was Billie Eilish Brazil. For real.

You can kind of understand it by just listening, I would say. I think it was just a moment of being really pissed off as a young woman in the public eye: You know, it's infuriating. It's hard enough to be a young woman not in the public eye, and just have lots of public eyes looking at you ... let alone being famous and having a million people look at you constantly. I think it's just thoughts coming from a place of fury and unfairness and just feeling angry at the world and society, I guess. These days, she says, as long as her friends are steering clear of hard drugs and being safe with everything else, she’s not worried—besides which, the issue comes up less. “I’m not out here going to parties and also,” she slows down, “I’m me, so I can’t really go…anywhere.” I must have made an expression of sympathy, because she follows with “But it’s okay!” as though trying to reassure me.For this one, I wanted the theme of old Hollywood and beautiful and classy. It's just funny that people see new photo shoots and immediately think that you're a different person. I see people call me Blonde Billie — like, "Blonde Billie said this, but Green Billie didn't say this." And I'm like, what the hell? I'm not a category of a person. I'm the same person, for my whole life. I like this thing this time, and I like this thing that time. TONS OF MY FRIENDS TEXTED ME AND THEY WERE LIKE, I’M SO PROUD OF YOU! TRUMP IS AFRAID OF YOU! I WAS LIKE, DAMN RIGHT.”

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