Billie Eilish covers British Vogue June 2021 by Craig McDean

Billie Eilish covers British Vogue June 2021 by Craig McDean

Billie Eilish fronts British Vogue’s June 2021 cover showing off a whole new look before the lens of photographer Craig McDean. She rocks her new blond hair, wears a custom corset and skirt from Gucci, bra and undies from Agent Provocateur and a pair of Atsuko Kudo latex gloves on the cover.

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For the cover story named ‘’It’s All About What Makes You Feel Good’’, stylist Dena Giannini outfits Billie in designs from brands like Mugler, Gucci, Balmain, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood and Valentino Haute Couture.

In her interview inside the magazine, Billie shared that she anticipates a reaction to her photos, namely because they’re noticeably a departure from her previous look, which featured a lot of baggy pants, tees, and sweatshirts. But Billie has made one thing abundantly clear all along – and that’s that she believes people should wear whatever they want, whenever they want, if for no other reason than it’s what makes them comfortable and confident in the moment.

In addition to talking fashion, Billie also reflected upon her growth as an artist, ahead of her sophomore album ‘’Happier Than Ever’’, which is slated to make its debut on July 30. But for Billie, the most important thing is to honor the person she is right now – and not necessarily who she used to be, or who she’ll turn into. “People always say, ‘How would your younger self feel about you now?’ And that’s a good thing to think about in some cases, but I also think you shouldn’t try to be a person that your old self would like, and you shouldn’t try to be a person that your future self is going to be. You should be exactly who you feel like you are and want to be in that moment, otherwise you’re going to go insane.”.

Hair: Benjamin Mohapi
Make-up: Robert Rumsey
Manicure: Tammy Taylor
Set design: Stefan Beckman


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