On Friday night, Billie Eilish took over the Hollywood Bowl stage in a glamorous all black look from her head down to her toes. She shared some shots of her ensemble on Instagram, along with pics from the event and some behind-the-scenes shots of her getting ready.
The dramatic black dress brushed the floor, though the skirt had a sexy front slit. Over that, Eilish wore a black over-sized blazer. The singer is currently sporting raven locks, which waved over her shoulders. Under the dress, Eilish wore a pair of her signature tall black boot heels.
The biggest hint of color was the hot pink blush over her cheeks, though she wore a series of silver necklaces and some rings for accessories. Eilish had a big day, moving from the Hollywood Bowl to a surprise acoustic performance at Amoeba Music in Hollywood to mark the one-year anniversary of her second studio album, Happier Than Ever.
She played the second set with her brother Finneas, who works with Eilish as her producer and co-writer. Finneas accompanied the musician on an acoustic guitar. Fans at the event bought a vinyl version of Happier Than Ever, and the show was only announced earlier that morning. People were lining up to get in by 9 that day and it was sold out by 11.
For this event, Eilish was far more casual, wearing a pair of tan cargo pants and a long-sleeve shirt in dark brown with white sneakers. In an Instagram Live, she thanked fans for all the support as well.
“I love you all so much and this last year has been so f-cked up in so many ways, good and bad,” she said. “I’m so grateful for you all, and I’m so grateful for the life that I have and the people that I know, and getting to work with my brother and having made this album together. It was such an amazing process…truly making the album was like some of my favorite memories in my life. I had such a good time. We laughed so much and it’s very cathartic.”
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.