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  • Billie Eilish, 19, opens up about body image issues: 'I was, like, starving myself'

    The singer says that people around her were "worried" about her response to body shamers.

  • Billie Eilish shuts down criticism of her green hair: 'It’s called not being depressed anymore'

    The five-time Grammy winner said a consistent look reflects her positive state of mind.

  • Billie Eilish responds to trolls who shamed her for wearing a tank top: 'This is how I look'

    The singer has had to deal with body shamers frequently throughout her career

  • Kat Dennings talks Billie Eilish and body shaming: 'The internet is gross and awful and I hate it'

    Kat Dennings shared why she defended Billie Eilish. "I felt personally affronted by it," the actress said.

  • Billie Eilish responds to body shamers after wearing tank top

    Billie Eilish, known for a more covered-up style, dared to wear a spaghetti strap tank top and sweat shorts

  • Billie Eilish explains why she prefers oversized clothes: 'I just hated my body'

    Billie Eilish tells Vogue about her preference for oversized clothing after struggling with body image issues at a young age. The insecurities even led to suicidal thoughts.

  • H&M Now Sells Billie Eilish Merch — & It’s Sustainable

    On Thursday, H&M announced a Billie Eilish merch collection, in partnership with 3D artist Ines Alpha. In 2019, Eilish’s signature oversized outfits and love for the color green landed her on top of Google’s Most Googled Style list — so it’s safe to say you can expect a similar vibe for the singer’s H&M merch, all of which is made from sustainable materials. Eilish uses her own platform to promote sustainability, from asking her fans to use refillable water bottles at her shows to delivering messages about climate change on Instagram. And her new collection with H&M fits the bill. Available now, both in-store and online, the collection features long, boxy T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirt dresses, joggers, and T-shirt dresses in Eilish’s signature green, as well as cream, black, and pale green. According to a press release, Alpha created the graphics for the campaign imagery, using “surreal 3D elements” that resemble paint splatter. She also made a custom Snapchat filter with the same splattered look for shoppers to play with — while wearing the merch, of course. “I’m trying to push the boundaries of beauty and makeup by trying to offer more possibilities for self-expression,” Alpha said via press release. “And with 3D it’s pretty much endless — for the H&M Billie Eilish merch campaign, I wanted to work with liquids from another planet, floating around the models and bringing colors and fun to this augmented world.”“We’re super excited about this merch collection drop,” Emily Bjorkheim, H&M’s Head of Design Divided said in a press release announcing the collection. “Billie Eilish is obviously an inspiring artist, but also someone a lot of people around the world admire for her personal style and empowering way of expressing her values. We want to enable her fans to step into her world and feel empowered to freely express their style as well.”Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Billie Eilish’s Hair Make-Under Gets A Thumbs Up FBillie Eilish Is Google’s Most Searched Style IconBillie Eilish Takes A Stand Against Climate Change

  • How well do you know the 1990s? Play along with 'The Room of Doom' and find out

    Can you answer these tough 90s quiz questions — along with ten strangers? There's no room for mistakes.

  • Billie Eilish gets an unexpected Victorian bride makeover on new magazine cover

    Billie Eilish traded in her go-to style of baggy shirts, green hair, and the occasional beanie for, what appears to be, a Victorian-era bridal ensemble.

  • Billie Eilish wore a tank top in public, and the teen singer was instantly objectified

    A backlash hit on Twitter when users began to criticise the appearance of teen singer Billie Eilish's after she was photographed wearing a tank top.