Billie Eilish Just Dropped a Sick Clothing Collection Inspired By Her "You Should See Me in a Crown" Video

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Photo credit: Getty/Billieeilish.com
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From Seventeen

If you think I'm pretty, you should see me in Billie Eilish's new merch line. The singer just dropped an all-neon merchandise line in collaboration with Takashi Murakami, the artist who created her newest video, "You Should See Me in a Crown."

Fans can basically shop Billie's closet, because the collection includes all her favorite streetwear staples: oversized hoodies, graphic T-shirts, and beanies with graphics from the music video.

BILLIE EILISH x TAKASHI MURAKAMI collection out now

A post shared by BILLIE EILISH (@wherearetheavocados) on Apr 3, 2019 at 3:12pm PDT

Just like Ariana Grande's recent merch drop, every single item in the limited-edition collection comes with a digital album. By itself, the album costs $10 (download it on iTunes here), so you're basically getting tees for $20.

Get shopping now, because the Billie Eilish x Takashi Murakami collection is only available in limited quantities until 11:59 pm ET on Thursday, March 4. And that shit's gonna sell fast.

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