Billie Eilish's Oscar De La Renta Met Gala Look Was Made On The Condition That They No Longer Use Fur

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So, we're all pretty familiar with the Billie Eilish red carpet looks of the past — right?

Namely, loose-fitting pants and jackets and a lot of Chanel.

Namely, loose-fitting pants and jackets and a lot of Chanel.

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Well, we are now in a new era of Billie! The Happier Than Ever era! And with a new era comes new clothes — and what better occasion to celebrate fashion than at the Met Gala. And HELLO BILLIE!

Billie stands on the steps of the Met Gala in a ball gown with an off-shoulder neckline and Marilyn Monroe-inspired hair
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The gown is Oscar de la Renta, which makes it the first time Billie has worn the designer on the red carpet. She had one condition for working with them — that they no longer use fur. And they agreed!

Another fun fact for you — Billie is the youngest ever co-chair of the gala.

Another fun fact for you — Billie is the youngest ever co-chair of the gala.

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As for the jewelry, it's a looooooot of Cartier.

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Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic / Getty Images

This is Marilyn Monroe vibes, and I am here! For! It!

  Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue
Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

Please, this smolder.

Billie looking over her shoulder as she poses for photos
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A STAR!

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John Shearer / WireImage / Getty Images

Happy first Met, Billie! As for all the other looks, you can keep track as I furiously refresh Getty here.

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