One of the most popular singers of the young generation has won not only five Grammy Awards, but also the title of an icon of pop culture and fashion. From the beginning of her career, she has been wearing characteristic oversize outfits, most of them designed especially for her by the Gucci fashion house.
The star puts them on at all official gala events, so they not only went down in the history of fashion, but also defined its expressive style. Things that are several sizes too large are sewn from fabric with large patterns or Gucci logo, and the pattern is repeated not only on clothes, but also on accessories such as a mask, glasses or a hat – for example at this year’s Grammy it was a floral print in gray – pink colors, decorated with a sequin application of a tiger.
Until recently, this style was complemented by a very distinctive hairstyle, neon-colored regrowth and black hair ends. A few weeks ago, this hairstyle made history as the singer dyed her hair a light blonde and gave herself a heavily layered ’90s style fringe.
Now, after the last publication on Instagram, fans are amazed that their idol has also undergone such a huge style metamorphosis. Due to the retro sweater that accentuates the singer’s prominent bust, comparisons have appeared in many comments to Dolly Parton or “auntie Eilish” or “auntie Eilish”, and comments like, “You look like my grandmother.”
Speculation started immediately, what the artist announces with this shocking photo for her fans. The most common assumptions were that it was a session for the cover of a new album or a make-up for a music video announcing the premiere of the new album. These speculations are not accidental, since the release of Billie Eilish’s debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go” Two years have passed, and in a recent interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show, the star suggested that the new album was about to be finished and that her fans wouldn’t have to wait long for it.
She also revealed that she was working on sixteen new songs. “I love them all!” – she said. She also added that it was lockdown that accelerated the start of work on the new album. “I don’t think I would have recorded the same album, or even would have recorded anything at all if it wasn’t for Covid,” Eilish revealed.