Billie Eilish is no stranger to living by the beat of her own drum.
The singer unwittingly broke into the music scene in 2016. At just 13, she and older brother Finneas wrote and produced "Ocean Eyes," which was only shared to Soundcloud at the request of Billie's dance teacher because he wanted to choreograph a routine to it. But when the siblings woke up the next day, "Ocean Eyes" had gone viral and within months Billie was signed to Interscope Records.
Come Sunday, March 14, she stands to add four more awards to her already impressive collection. At last year's ceremony, Billie swept the four most major categories, making her the first female and second-ever artist to win Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist in the same night. (For the record, the teen also took home Best Pop Vocal Album.)
But her breathtaking harmonies and distinctive artistic vision aren't the only factors that set Billie apart.
In an effort to dismantle archaic conversations surrounding women's bodies, Billie has made a point to decidedly set her own standards for the apparel she prefers. Consistently sporting baggier streetwear style, the singer carries on a tradition that originated with Black female artists in the 90s, and expands on it in her own way.
The "Bad Guy" artist consistently collabs with iconic fashion brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci, and is regularly reinventing a new look without fear of what people might think. Her creativity is irrefutable and it makes sense why fans are noticing.
Keep in mind, she's accomplished all of this in a few short years. For some of her most iconic looks so far, take a look below.