On January 2, Billie Eilish launched her line with H&M, and everything is totally sustainable.
Eilish has a signature style that has been copied on red carpets and in streetwear. The oversize baggie sweatshirts, joggers, beanies, and bucket hats are the epitome of her cool-girl style. So it's only fitting that she have her own line, called Blosh. And now it's available for the masses at H&M.
Shop the line's tan, black, and neon-green oversize wear that is both comfy-casual and super stylish.
Pair this bright neon green T-shirt dress with chunky white tennis shoes and an oversize denim jacket for cool-girl street style. Eilish's name is emblazoned in a slightly darker green color, and the dress comes in sizes ranging from XS to XL. The boxy design is totally in line with Eilish's look.
Festival season 2020 is still a ways away, but this Billie Eilish fanny pack is what you need. Belt bags aka fanny packs are totally in fashion again, but this time try wearing it slung across your shoulder. The strap is adjustable, so it can hang however loose you want.
Eilish made the bucket hat cool again, so it's a part of the collection. Purchase this accessory in either the black with neon green lettering or in tan with pink lettering. Either way, I could picture true Billie Eilish fans rocking these front row at her concerts.
Get cozy in these cool tan joggers with the singer's name running down either pant leg. According to a press release, each of the materials used to create this clothing line were sourced in a sustainable way. After Eilish released the music video for "All the Good Girls Go to Hell," it was clear the environmental crisis is important to the young star.
Another classic sweatshirt from the musician, this time it's in black with neon green lettering. Another typical choice from the wild-haired celebrity, neon green is definitely Eilish's favorite color. Part of the campaign also featured 3D art and an exclusive Snapchat filter from Paris-based art director Ines Alpha.
Size up with this sweatshirt dress to get that extra-oversize look. Eilish made that style her own, but other artists like Ariana Grande have embraced it too. Most of Grande's clothes drape below her hands so that only the tips of her fingers poke through the sleeves.