Billie Eilish Designed a Sustainable Collection to Go Along With Her New Documentary

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Billie Eilish's upcoming documentary "The World's a Little Blurry" is made even more special by the singer's new clothing collection. An icon in the fashion space, Billie designed sweatshirts, socks, T-shirts, and sweatpants to bring her signature style to the masses and reflect the movie's message.

As Billie said on her Instagram, everything in the line (except for the socks) is made from organic fabrics grown without pesticides in the USA. She kept sustainability in mind when crafting the collection and wanted to support the local economy and save on international shipping. "We've worked hard to create custom shapes, paying extra attention to all the details. you might notice the prices are a little higher, but that's because this is a big step in making my clothing more sustainable👼," she explained. "My hope is that by investing in more high quality items they will last for a much longer time, and we can all buy and consume less. this is so important to me and i hope you love it as much as i do."

In order to pull off such an ambitious collection, Billie needed good collaborators on her side. She made sure to thank designer Daf Orlovsky and stylist Bloody Osiris for "saving me by coming on board and bringing all this to life." Check out all of the carefully-crafted pieces — which are quickly selling out — below and catch The World's a Little Blurry on Apple TV+ on Feb. 26.