Billie Eilish loved to “save” while growing up.
The Grammy winner – who wowed fans with her transformation on the cover of British magazine Vogue over the weekend – explained where she had drawn her style from over the years.
And the ‘Your Power’ hitmaker revealed that she loves shopping her clothes at a thrift store because there is no ‘kind of clothes’ and ‘limit’ on what you can buy regardless of gender. .
When asked where she got her styling inspiration from actress Barbie Ferreira in a video for British Vogue, Billie replied, “Ah, Barbie, girl you’re so cute. Oh my God, [I get] fashion inspiration everywhere. I mean, everywhere.
“Tyler had a lot of impact on me growing up. Before, I just only liked saving like growing up… I just did it because I really, really liked saving and I had it. feel like what was good about it was that there weren’t any. There isn’t any real kind of clothes. It’s like, just there and so you don’t. no limit to what, you know, there isn’t like virgin women or like women … there are just clothes and they’re kinda in sections but not really. It’s kinda like that’s what I got my style. “
The 19-year-old superstar posed in a lingerie-style corset and skirt for the cover of the fashion bible, and in the interview she insisted that women should feel “empowered”, that they show their skin or hide their oversized body behind. clothing.
She said, “Suddenly you’re a hypocrite if you want to show your skin, and you’re easy and you’re too *** and you’re aw ****. If I am, then I am proud.
“Let’s turn it around and be empowered to do this. Showing off your body and showing off your skin – or not – doesn’t have to deprive you of respect. “
Billie “takes back that power” and has vowed to wear and do whatever she wants to “feel good”.
Wearing a corset while promoting body positivity, she said, “My thing is, I can do whatever I want.
“It all depends on what makes you feel good. If you want to have an operation, go get an operation. If you want to wear a dress that someone thinks you look too big … if you feel good you look good. It’s about taking back that power, showing it and not taking advantage of it. I no longer let myself belong. “