Billie Eilish's Naked Minidress Is Actually Covered in Tiny Holes
Billie Eilish's campaign for her second fragrance, aptly titled Eilish No. 2, is the shoot that keeps on giving. The singer shared a new image from the campaign on June 1, alongside the announcement that her fragrance is now available to shop in Europe. In the picture, she stares boldly at the camera while laying on the ground, in the rain, with her black naked dress on full display.
In sync with her latest '90s fashion renaissance, the dress is sultry in nature but still feels very dark and '90s, as is her sartorial signature. Designed by knitter Elaine Lip and layered atop a similar crop top by Ren Haixi, Eilish's black mesh long-sleeved mini is crocheted full of holes. The look was styled by Dena Giannini, the style director of British Vogue and Eilish's longtime personal stylist. Glen Luchford photographed the campaign.
The "Swarm" actress first teased the sultry woody floral scent, Eilish No. 2 ($72), on her Instagram account on Thursday, Nov. 17. She could barely hold in her excitement at the time, writing, "guess WHAAAAAAAAAT!!!!?!!?! Eilish No. 2 will be available tomorrow at 9am PT in the US!!!!!!!!!!," adding, "i couldn't be happier with every piece of this. i'm beyond excited for you to have it." According to the press release, the fragrance bottle's shape is inspired by Eilish's favorite parts of the body — the chest, neck, and collarbone — so it makes sense that her campaign outfit highlights those same features.
Whether dressed up or down, Eilish famously turns to the '90s decade for inspiration. That same month, she made an appearance in a logo-covered Gucci slip dress at the LACMA Art + Film Gala. And while on tour in October, she paired a graphic printed top with a '90s-era wardrobe staple that's back in style: baggy cargo pants. Later, in June, she layered a pleated skirt over baggy pants for the ultimate '90s-inspired look.
Keep scrolling to get a better look at Eilish's sheer dress, and check out a video of her fragrance campaign.