Just as it seems like Margot Robbie is tiring of the Barbie cosplay she’s been doing all year, “What Was I Made For?” singer Billie Eilish picked up the mantle at the Grammys, to our genuine surprise.
We noted in our Cosmo writeup that this was her version of staying on brand – both Mattel’s and her own personal one. She came repping for Barbie (which really was a bit of a surprise to us, since she doesn’t normally go for that sort of overtly promotional style), but she also stuck closely to her own preferences. We’d never have expected her to show up anywhere in literal Barbie cosplay. Sure, she played with the doll’s iconography in her music video, but that was costume rather than personal style and we didn’t think she’d ever be the type to do the kind of promotional cosplay Margot’s been doing.
Well, shut our mouths, why don’t you? Say hello to Poodle Parade Barbie 1965. Please note the lack of any sort of “her version of” phrasing. This is a literal and exact copy and it’s as good as anything Margot pulled off. It’s cute and we think it’s a little funny how she was drawn to a particular Barbie wearing what we’d call one of the frumpiest Barbie looks ever. Of course a frumpy Barbie look is still a pretty cute look, but it’s totally on brand for her to walk right past all of the glam Barbie looks and settle on her morning dog-walking outfit as a stage costume.
First Look: Chrome Hearts Ensemble
Second Look: Anita Ko Jewelry | Jacques Marie Mage Sunglasses | Manolo Blahnik Shoes
Styled by Andrew Mukamal | Hair by Benjamin Salon | Makeup by Emily Cheng
[Photo Credit: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Recording Academy, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy, Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy, Sonja Flemming/CBS, Stewart Cook/CBS, Francis Specker/CBS]
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