BILLIE Eilish got a shout-out from Kim Kardashian after wearing SKIMS in her new Lost Cause music video.
Kim, 40, was clearly happy that the Grammy winner, 19, chose pieces from her loungewear line for the slumber party-themed video.
The reality star shared a screenshot of Billie's video on her Instagram Stories and wrote gleefully," I spy SKIMS" and added a flame emoji.
Billie wore an oversized shirt, biker shorts and crew socks from SKIMS, according to the shapewear brand.
In the clip, the teen threw in some choreography for the first time, twerking in her living room while messing around with her friends.
The setting of Lost Cause is a wild all-girls slumber party, while the lyrics are about realizing the man you're dating isn't all that.
Billie summed up the mood on Instagram, enthusing: "We had the time of our lives being hot & shooting this heeheeeeeehee ENJOY LOL."
The No Time To Die singer gave her look a retro Old Hollywood glamour twist earlier this year while posing for British Vogue.
Billie said she was channeling "classic, old-timey pin-up" in her Vogue cover as she posed in body-hugging nude lingerie, a trench coat, stockings and pumps.
The mature new look was a hit, harvesting one million likes in just six minutes on Instagram, matching her own previous record when she dyed her hair blonde in March.
As she revealed the pictures on her social media, she thanked British Vogue "for respecting my vision and making this come to life."
She said: "I love these pictures and I loved doing this shoot. Do whatever you want whenever you want. F**k everything else."
The singer has been fully embracing the lighter side of life ever since she went platinum and ditched her usual black and green look.
Billie previously admitted that clothes are the "first thing that matters every day" of her life.
"It’s the first thing that I think about that I barely even think about it. It’s my whole identity. My whole personality is based off my clothes and what I’m wearing that day," the songwriter told Vogue Australia in 2019.
"If I’m wearing something I don’t feel comfortable in I will turn into a totally different persona that I hate.
"What I like about just dressing like I'm 800 sizes bigger than I am is it kind of gives nobody the opportunity to judge what your body looks like. I don't want to give anyone the excuse of judging.
"And it's not like everyone's going to judge you, but they all do in their head. [Fashion has] always been my security blanket. It's my way of expression without having to use words."
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