Billie Eilish could have ditched her dishevelled garments for sexy lingerie in British Vogue, however the singer says her signature model hasn’t modified.
In her new Rolling Stone cowl story, the 19-year-old mentioned the social media response to her internet-breaking, boudoir-inspired shoot for the UK trend magazine.
“I noticed an image of me on the duvet of Vogue [from] a pair of years in the past with large, large oversize garments [next to] the image of [the latest Vogue],” Eilish recalled.
“Then the caption was like, ‘That’s known as development.’ I perceive the place they’re coming from, however on the identical time, I’m like, ‘No, that’s not OK. I’m not this now, and I didn’t want to develop from that.’”
For British Vogue’s June 2021 difficulty, Eilish shed her go-to outsized duds in favor of lingerie-inspired appears to be like together with a customized, curve-hugging Mugler jumpsuit. She even confirmed off her secret hip tattoo, which she’d beforehand stated fans “gained’t ever see.”
Her newly blond hair — which the star informed the journal makes her “really feel extra like a lady in some way” — was styled in feathery pin curls.
Whereas some have lauded Eilish for her signature androgynous model, she’s additionally handled a lot of body-shaming. Final yr, the star spoke out in regards to the double commonplace in a brief movie known as “Not My Accountability.”
“If I put on what’s snug, I’m not a lady,” she stated within the viral clip. “If I shed the layers, I’m a slut. Although you’ve by no means seen my physique, you continue to choose it and choose me for it. Why? We make assumptions about folks based mostly on their dimension. We determine who they’re, we determine what they’re price. If I put on extra, if I put on much less, who decides what that makes me? What meaning? Is my worth based mostly solely in your notion? Or is your opinion of me not my accountability?”
And the start of a brand new period doesn’t imply fans ought to count on a brand new Billie. Whereas her newest single “Misplaced Trigger” was accompanied by a playful slumber party-themed music video that includes a lot of sexy sleepwear, the Grammy winner informed Rolling Stone that her extremely anticipated second album “Happier Than Ever” will nonetheless faucet into uncooked emotion.
“I hope folks break up with their boyfriends as a result of of it,” she quipped.