Billie Eilish She Shines At The Met Gala In A Glamorous Hollywood Look

Billie Eilish She Shines At The Met Gala In A Glamorous Hollywood Look

Billie Eilish made her Met Gala debut on Monday night. The singer shone with a dream robe by Oscar de la Renta.

Billie Eilish (19) drew everyone’s attention at the Met Gala on Monday night. The singer presented herself in a dream robe by Oscar de la Renta. The peach-colored, off-the-shoulder corset dress created a glamorous Hollywood look with its sweeping train and tulle details. For her outfit, she combined shiny silver earrings, bracelets, and rings from Cartier. For make-up, the singer relied on dark eyeliner, washed eyelashes, and lipstick in a raspberry shade. She had increased the volume of her blonde bob with light waves.

“I’ve always wanted to do that,” Eilish told People magazine about her special diva look. “I was just scared and so far I didn’t feel good about myself. It was time and I have the feeling that I’ve grown so much in the past few years.” The singer also stated that the festively dressed “Holiday Barbie” dolls were an inspiration for her outfit. The musician, who acted as co-chair of the event, thanked the fashion label on Instagram for “that you designed this beautiful dress and brought my ideas and visions to life. It was an honor to wear this dress in that.” Know that Oscar de la Renta will be completely fur-free in the future! ”

A star-studded evening in New York

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After the prestigious event had to be canceled due to the 2020 corona pandemic, big names had registered again this time. Among others, Kim Kardashian West (40), Kendall Jenner (25), Jennifer Lopez (52) with Ben Affleck (49), Rihanna (33) with A$AP Rocky (32), and the newly engaged Kate Hudson (42 ).

The motto of the event this year was: “American Independence”. The gala will not only generate a large part of the financial resources of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) in New York. They also serve as the opening of a two-part exhibition on American fashion this time.

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