If there’s one thing we have in common with Billie Eilish, it’s our collective love of clothing collabs.
While the ‘Bad Guy’ singer has previously worked with the likes of Bershka, Urban Outfitters, and LA-based label Freak City, she is now turning to H&M for a merch collection that’s not just affordable, but also sustainable. Needless to say, we’re excited.
The collection also just so happens to be everything that defines Eilish’s signature style. Think oversized sweaters, boxy t-shirts, and bucket hats, all emblazoned with her distinctive logo, and of course, all manufactured from sustainable materials. Doesn’t get more Eilish than that, tbh.
Being that this isn’t Billie’s only effort to go green - the artist has previously teamed up with host Woody Harrelson to deliver a message about climate change, and has also made an effort to make her upcoming world tour sustainable - it comes as no surprise that this collab has the climate crisis at its core.
With a campaign featuring the work of 3D makeup artist, Ines Alpha, who also created an exclusive Snapchat filter for the collection, the collaboration is now available online and in-store.