Billie Eilish wants to let you know that she is responsible, bold and confident enough not to lose the subtle image that attracted a lot of people to her to something more adult.

British Vogue’s cover girl is seen strutting her stuff on the cover. It’s a picture of provocative, artistically-crafted provocation. The once-recognizable singer has gone blonde, full of bombs. She has switched her trademark style for something more debonair: pink Gucci corset, skirt, and Agent Provocateur Skivvies.

Edward Enninful (editor-in-chief) wrote that the choice was made for her in the June issue. Mr. Enninful recalled, “What if she wanted to show more of her body in a fashion magazine?” “What if she wanted the bodice to be free and she could enjoy the pin-up look of the mid-century? She said it was time to try something new. ”

Ms. Eilish embraced the worn-out garments of female attraction to that end. She gave the camera a nod towards the sirens of Hollywood’s Golden Age and a few more vintages with no apparent irony, including Taylor Swift, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion.

She owns her vision. She is an icon of body positivity, who once covered her curves in neon tracksuits and hoodies. She said, “My thing, I can do whatever I want,” to Laura Snapes, disarming any potential haters with a pre-emptive strike.

Ms. Eilish stated in an interview that “Suddenly, you’re hypocrite when it comes to showing your skin” Let’s change it and empower ourselves in it. Respect shouldn’t be taken away from showing off your body or your skin. ”

Indeed. Lucie Greene (trend forecaster and brand consultant) said that “her pushback was her agency” in this area. Eilish, like many Gen Z colleagues, has a deep understanding of representation and visual language. Her popularity is certain to defy beauty codes. She has the same faith in it. ”

Some may still question the agency’s ability to handle the potential fallout. Think of Tavi Gevinson, a fashion blogger who went on to become an actress and writer. She was also known for her granny glasses and bulky layers. Recently, Ms. Gevinson wrote in The Cut about a photoshoot she did when she was 18. Ms. Gevinson, who was 18 at the time, recalled that she wore a romper suit and “pouting” when she was asked to take a photo of herself on her bed. She also had straight blonde hair and heavily padded eyes. She wrote, “If someone said that the entire setup was mine, I would believe them.”

Ms. Eilish appears to be similarly inclined to present her metamorphosis in a brazen, self-determined update. Many fans are cheering. Some fans cheer. She was once like Mrs. Eilish and disguised her curvy figure under loose pants and shirts. She was thrilled with her new image and wrote, “I rarely see someone with a body like mine who does this.” It makes you stronger. ”

Others feel betrayed. Stewin @jetztissesraus tweeted, “Before”: Unique, different, in its own class. “After: Mainstream, interchangeable and smooth. Why?”

This question was essential. Ms. Eilish received the award in a single year during an earlier stage of her career. Ms. Eilish insisted that stylists were not a part of her life. She stated that she could be just like that and that someone else would choose her clothes. Someone else would also develop my video treatments. Someone else will run them, and I will not have any involvement in it.” In a New York Times profile, she said. “But I’m no such person or artist.”

Vogue’s style director Dena Giannini led the team with top designers such as Alessandro Michele of Gucci. It seems that Ms. Eilish is happy to abandon her outsider look in favor of a fetish-tinctured bombshell style that was as familiar to Madonna as a girl. It is not risky to reinvent them.

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