She traded her typical loose clothing for a corset and an old-fashioned “mood”.
Although sometimes her face does not show this emotion, there is no doubt that Billie Eilish is happier than ever, just like her new studio album Happy Than Ever. (Happier Than Ever) said.
The 19-year-old showed her comfort in the photography session of the British version of “Vogue” magazine, which proved this, where she changed her unique loose-fitting corset clothes and undoubtedly old-fashioned “mood”. He surprised all fans.
“Billie came to Vogue with an idea. She wanted to know: “What if I want to show more body for the first time in a fashion story? If I want to play and immerse myself in a corset In the aesthetics of medieval stitching, what should I do? The 20th century events I have always liked?” said Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British “Vogue”.
“It’s time to have something new. After learning about her fashion fantasy, we started doing business. Billie worked closely with the team here, led by style director Dena Giannini, and commissioned Gucci designers Alexander McQueen, Valentino and Burberry to do it. A series of design work. Custom style.”
Although the final result is far from what Eilish has achieved in her career, it is not without her personal imprint, because these images eventually become extremely elegant and unique.
“I can say with certainty that the result is Billy Erich, which we have never seen before, but like her, its influence is deeper, and the story behind the transformation is the key,” Enninaf Admit it when the editorial was published. In the magazine portal.
Among the snapshots shared by the singer-songwriter on her Instagram profile, the snapshots revealing her greatest secret are striking: a huge tattoo covering part of her right leg and abdomen.
Earlier, Eilish said that her fans may never see the tattoo, so its exposure generated 6.4 million “likes” in less than an hour.
“I have never done anything in this area,” Billy said of the meeting a few weeks ago. “You know, except when I am alone.”
The author of “Bad Guy”, “Ocean Eyes” and “Lovely” wrote in his blog: “I want to thank the British Vogue team for respecting my vision and achieving all these (photo shooting).” Network.
After sharing pictures on Instagram, which has more than 82.7 million followers, these pictures became all the rage, eliciting enthusiastic reactions every second.