At the Oscars, Billie Eilish Turns to Tweed


For her performance at the 2024 Oscars, Billie Eilish opted for a look right in her wheelhouse. When the singer and her brother, Finneas O’Connell, took the stage to share their Oscar-nominated song “What Was I Made For?” Eilish decided to forgo an ultra-formal dress for the ceremony, choosing separates instead.

Eilish wore a look from Thom Browne’s fall 2024 runway: an oversized black and white coat made of black denim ribbon tweed over a white tuxedo shirt, and a slim-fitting black, ankle-length skirt. She added a sweet, feminine touch with a pale pink ribbon tie and matching headband. 

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The singer also wore tweed on the red carpet earlier in the night, and riffed on the theme for her second look. She donned a black and white Chanel skirt and miniature houndstooth purse, which she wore with a black blazer and a crisp white button-down. (She wore the Chanel look as a nod to what she wore for her first Oscar win.) One shared similarity between the two looks were her shoes: Eilish maintained her precious black patent leather heels with white, calf-high socks. 

This isn’t her first Thom Browne look of this awards season: for the 2024 SAG Awards, Eilish wore a black bodice and pencil skirt over a white button-down. You could say that Billie Eilish was made to wear Thom Browne. 



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