Billie Eilish he described the events around him as “actually not working,” talking about trying to control him by wearing tight clothes.
The pop star wore big clothes on stage and in public, and in the 2019 campaign for Calvin Klein, he found that he did so to stop people from thinking about their bodies.
In a new interview for Vogue Australia, Eilish said the tactics didn’t work. “Trying to control an image is a lot of work, and you can just do it because people think what they think,” he said. “But it was very important to have the picture I wanted and try to see what I wanted to look like.”
He added: “Of course it didn’t work. It’s very difficult to manage a story in a situation like mine, right? You can’t really control it that much, but you can give it a try. ”
The star recently spoke about her attitude British Vogue cover, in which she sewed large volumes of clothes to be photographed in various underwear. “I saw my picture on the cover of Vogue magazine [from] a few years ago with big, huge oversized clothes [next to the new Vogue cover]. Then the writing was like “it’s called growth,” he said.
“I understand where they came from, but at the same time I say,‘ No, that’s not good. I’m not that now and I didn’t have to grow from that. “
Eilish will release his second album, Happier Than Ever, on July 30th and released the last track in “NDA” format earlier this month (July 9). Singer shared a live version of the track last night (July 16).