Billie Eilish is the fashion industry’s new darling and just about every major fashion glossy has endorsed the American talent within the last year, including American Vogue, Australian Vogue, V Magazine and ELLE. The latest title to jump on the Billie bandwagon is Vogue China with the mag giving its June 2020 cover to the Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter. Shot by Nick Knight, Billie poses decked out in Burberry courtesy of stylist Daniela Paudice.
Billie’s latest didn’t exactly receive a standing ovation, though. “Why does she always look like she’s about to fall asleep? Is that her ‘thing’? Fed up with seeing this girl everywhere. And the styling is horrendous,” critiqued Benn98 the moment the cover dropped.
“Billie Eilish for Madame Tussauds. She no longer excites me,” said MON.
“I like Billie, but the more exposure she gets in fashion, the less she appeals to me. I don’t like this and I don’t think her personal style (although the message behind it is very sweet) is worthy of all this embrace by the industry,” aracic chimed in.
“This is tiresome already. And I’m not charmed in the least. She’s boring,” proclaimed dfl-001.
But dodencebt was very much a fan: “Billie is a gorgeous, talented girl and this cover is one of the best Vogue China has produced in a while, if you ask me.”
“I quite like it. I’m surprised her signature long neon nails weren’t part of the picture,” Cute pointed out.