By Cassie Carpenter for Dailymail.com
11:15 p.m. on February 11, 2024, updated 11:15 p.m. on February 11, 2024
Billie Eilish and her big brother FINNEAS were honored at the 39th Santa Barbara International Film Festival, held on Sunday at the Arlington Theater in the California beach town.
The 22-year-old Gucci brand ambassador represented the Italian luxury brand in a brown quilted jacket over matching shorts, $220 “GG cotton socks with web stripe” and “women’s loafers for bit” at $1,150 selected by stylist Andrew Mukamal.
Billie – who has 67.3 million monthly listeners on Spotify – won the $3,200 “Small Horsebit 1955 Shoulder Bag”.
Eilish wore glasses and covered her head with the $545 “GG-Print with Horsebits” silk scarf emblazoned with “WAS” above another set of words in red.
The nine-time Grammy winner’s red-rooted raven locks were scraped into the scarf in such a way that it almost looked like hairstylist Jess Gonzalez had cut it short.
Meanwhile, the 26-year-old musician wore a $1,895 Dolce & Gabbana “silk and cashmere polo shirt” with brown pants and white loafers.
Billie and FINNEAS (last name O’Connell) received the Variety Artisans Awards alongside Kazu Hiro, Rodrigo Prieto, Stephane Ceretti, Jennifer Lame, Holly Waddington, Michael Semanick, Ludwig Göransson, Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer.
Eilish and the 10-time Grammy winner — who was born and raised in Highland Park in Los Angeles — employ their parents Maggie Baird and Patrick O’Connell as their personal assistant/fan outreach coordinator and utility player.
Saturday marked FINNEAS’ fifth anniversary of their relationship with YouTuber Claudia Sulewski, whose “five-year dinner table chats” had them both declaring, “Tonight, my asshole sparkles as bright as the starry moon.”
Meanwhile, the Swarm actress Instastoried takes photos of herself and some friends hanging out in a field of grass near a graffiti-covered fence on Saturday.
Billie – who has 251.5 million followers on social media – paid tribute to British trip-hop group Portishead when she tagged their 1994 song It Could Be Sweet in her Instastory.
Last Friday, the brother-sister group’s sentimental song, What Was I Made For, was officially released platinum certified in the United States and the United Kingdom.
The superstar siblings won two Grammy Awards on February 4 and a Golden Globe Award on January 7 for the whispery track from the Barbie soundtrack.
Billie and FINNEAS will next face Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt’s Barbie track, I’m Just Ken, for Best Original Song at the 96th Academy Awards, airing March 10 on ABC.
“We are incredibly honored to receive a nomination for What Was I Made For? » said the talented duo in a statement on January 23.
“As longtime fans of cinema, film music and the Oscars, this means the world to us. We are so grateful to the Academy, its members and to be recognized alongside so many authors -composers we respect and admire. Our deepest gratitude and thanks go to the incomparable Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach for their brilliant vision and execution, to the entire cast and crew of Barbie, to Lucky Chap Entertainment and to the team at Warner Bros. Pictures.
“Thank you to Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt for weaving our song so well into the fabric and heart of this film. And a special thank you to Margot Robbie for her incredible foresight as producer and brilliant performance that touched us so deeply marked while writing this song. We are truly honored, thank you.
Billie and FINNEAS previously won the Oscar in 2022 for writing their whispered Bond theme, No Time to Die.
The musical duo will next compete for the Best International Song trophy at the 2024 Brit Awards, broadcast on March 1 on ITV/YouTube.
Billie and FINNEAS will also compete for three trophies – including Best Lyrics – at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards, airing April 1 on Fox.