Jakarta, TOPNews Indonesia —
young star Billie Eilish look different when you arrive at the event 2021 Met Gala which was held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA on Monday (13/9) evening American time.
Eilish revamped her signature grunge-inspired style in a big way, arriving in an Oscar de la Renta corset ball gown. peach with detail off-the-shoulder tulle, and a long tail behind it.
She completed the Old Hollywood-inspired look with blonde hair, black eyeliner, and pinky-brown lipstick.
“It’s about time,” the singer told Keke Palmer on the red carpet about her look, as quoted by People. “It’s time for this, and I feel like I’ve grown so much in the last few years.”
Eilish continues, “I’ve always wanted to do this. I was just scared and it didn’t feel good in my skin and I was finally able to do it.”
As for the inspiration behind her look, the Bad Guy singer said that the holiday edition of Barbie doll played a big role.
“It’s my favorite thing in the world,” he said with a smile.
“I would ask them (Barbie dolls) for Christmas every year. That dress, really inspired me.”
Young star Billie Eilish looked different when he arrived at the 2021 Met Gala which was held in New York, United States on Monday (13/9) evening local time. (Invision/Evan Agostini/AP)
Making her first Met Gala even more memorable, this year Eilish served as co-chair with fellow Gen Z stars Timothée Chalamet, Naomi Osaka and Amanda Gorman.
In May, Vogue confirmed that Eilish would be the youngest Met Gala co-chair in history.
“Her willingness to embrace an innovative aesthetic like her music has pushed new brands into the limelight and challenged the old rules of how a pop star star should dress,” Vogue said at the time.
In terms of appearance, Eilish is known for her edgy style. She hit the red carpet in a number of bold looks, including: graffiti-printed sweaters, head-to-toe logo-print suits from Burberry, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and more.
He is also not far from bright colors and interesting patterns.
This year, the Met Gala celebrates the theme of American Fashion. The exhibition will be divided into two parts, the first is In America: A Lexicon of Fashion and In America: An Anthology of Fashion. Both are curated by Andrew Bolton.