If you've ever wanted to dive into Billie's bad guy brain, get ready.
Although 18 year old Billie Eilish rose to elite stardom before most kids her age even knew how to drive, her completely unique aesthetic is instantly recognizable on a global scale at this point ― especially after her five award sweep at the 2020 Grammys following the release of her groundbreaking debut album, “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?”
From her individualist look to her skyrocket to fame, fans around the world are dying to enter the world of the increasingly accomplished musician. That's why her listeners are majorly pumped for the upcoming chance to dive deep into the musician's creative mind with the recently announced Apple Original Films documentary about her rise to stardom. “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry” arrives in February 2021, and best believe we'll be streaming it asap.
Her electrifying lime green and black hair is one of the most notable elements of her look, the combo even serves as the main visuals for her upcoming documentary's teaser. That's why digital artist Jeff Cole was inspired to include her image in one of his latest projects featuring the new Off-White x Nike Rubber Dunk kicks that dropped on October 1st. Btw, don't forget to check out some of his other classic digital collabs that we chatted about in our exclusive interview with him here.
This particular digital piece takes the electric green and black colorway of the Rubber Dunk and artfully combines it with a trippy, futuristic portrait of Billie that contemporary artist and fellow streewear fan Takashi Murakami originally created. The result is as striking and sleek as the leather accented pair itself, which def deserve to be featured in Billie's next fit.
In other music news, check a few of our top music videos from this season featuring badass leather looks from Travis Scott and more here.