Billie Eilish's all-black look is an optical illusion to behold at Grammys

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Billie Eilish arrives for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Rick Owens. (Photo: Getty Images)
Billie Eilish arrives for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Rick Owens. (Photo: Getty Images)

Billie Eilish is turning heads on the Grammys red carpet with her unique look.

The 20-year-old singer and songwriter loves a good fashion statement. On Sunday night, she made one as she arrived at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Las Vegas wearing an all-black look featuring an oversize cape.

The Rick Owens jacket doubled as an optical illusion as it lay over an asymmetrical black dress paired with chunky black boots. Eilish completed her look with a pair of black sunglasses and a punk-inspired spiky hairstyle. Naturally, the look was met with a divisive reaction.

Some compared the Happier Than Ever singer to Beetlejuice's Lydia Deetz, played by Winona Ryder, while another likened Eilish to a bat.

Others said that it looked like Eilish had draped a black napkin or shower curtain overtop her look.

Still, plenty of fans showed Eilish's look a lot of love, saying that the singer looked "absolutely breathtaking" and referred to her as "the moment."

The criticism of Eilish's look isn't anything new, as the singer also faced some negativity in response to the black dress she wore on the Oscars red carpet one week prior. She even reacted to a TikTok video claiming that she was one of the worst dressed by filming herself on the toilet.

"I've had enough of her s***," the TikTok creator said of Eilish's Gucci gown. She wrote, "I HAVENT had enough of my s***. I am s***ing right now."

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