Billie Eilish joined fellow music A-listers Olivia Rodrigo and Maren Morris at Saturday’s Variety Hitmakers Brunch in Los Angeles.
The 21-year-old music sensation made heads turn while clad in a blue, satin Dodgers bomber jacket that she wore zipped all the way up.
The pop star teamed the outerwear with a pair of faded baggy blue jeans and a pair of black sneakers with gum soles.
She wore a pink beanie with a green, red, and yellow star knitted onto the front and added sparkly silver cat eye sunglasses.
Eilish’s red and black hair spilled out from underneath her headgear as she walked the red carpet showing off her sparkling personality.
Billie went with short, nude nails for the occasion and she added multiple rings while also sporting tooth jewelry.
The Grammy-winning music artist wore a light face of makeup that included light-toned eyeliner and mascara.
The cosmetics look was finished with a layer of gloss coated on her plump pout.
Also at the event were Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker of the band boygenius and they coordinated in black.
Billie couldn’t contain her excitement as she posed with the musical trio.
Olivia Rodrigo showed off her girlish beauty as she arrived in a black minidress with a lavender floral pattern.
The sleeveless number bared her arms and had a modest crew neck design.
The Vampire artist teamed the shift with a pair of chunky black Mary Jane-style shoes.
Super-producer Mark Ronson, who is married to Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer, showed up in a navy blue look.
The musician, who’s worked with the likes of Amy Winehouse and King Princess, was dressed in a button-up shirt with rolled sleeves.
He tucked the top into his subtly striped trousers for a sleek monochrome look.
He was clean-shaven and rounded out the fashion-forward ensemble with a pair of beige lace-up loafers.
Joining the other famous faces on the red carpet was R&B singer Victoria Monet.
The songwriter looked stunning in a strapless aqua blue gown that was covered in teardrop-shaped stones.
Meanwhile, musicians Maren Morris and Julia Michaels had the same idea as they both arrived in red dresses.
Maren’s look was designed with careful, flattering draping and cinched at her waist.
Her off-the-shoulder dress was coordinated with a pair of strappy red open-toe heels.
Sabrina Carpenter turned heads in an elegant black satin dress with a high neckline.
The slinky number hugged her figure and she showed off a glossy red manicure for the special occasion.
Her frosty blonde locks were styled with face-framing curtain bangs with half her hair pulled back.
The rest flowed over her chest in soft and flirty curls. She looked like a doll with her dark eyebrows carefully shaped and her cheeks dusted in pink.
Finally, her makeup look was complete with a soft pink color coated on her lips.
Musician St. Vincent was typically stylish in a brown leather trench coat worn over a sheer black dress.
The look flashed her black bra and featured a ruching design. She added a black scarf worn over her brunette locks, which were pulled back and parted down the center.
The Cheerleader songwriter shielded her eyes in a pair of sepia-tinted, rectangular, black glasses.
Pink Pantheress stuck to her usual Y2K-inspired look as she donned a black mini dress over a denim skirt that just barely showed.
Her thigh-grazing dress featured a ruffled, asymmetric hemline and she added a pair of understated, black to-the-knee boots.
Adding another dimension to her look, she rocked ribbed gray socks that were just slightly higher than her footwear.
She carried a slouchy black leather handbag and wore narrow, black-framed, rectangular eyeglasses.
Her long, chestnut brown hair was bone straight and she had long, straight bangs.
Songwriter Ashley Gorley rocked a black and white color palette as he arrived in skinny jeans and a T-shirt.
Hip-hop producer Metro Boomin was stylish in a black and white patterned Chrome Hearts button-up shirt.
He added black trousers and sneakers, and wore dark sunglasses and a black and white Yankee fitted hat.
Babyface, 64, showed off his fashion-forward flair in a classic blue denim coat with a leather strap across the top.
The button-up look was long enough to cover his knees and show the bottom of a pair of black leather pants.
The longtime music artist added a pair of black boots and he matched a pair of oversized black sunglasses to the look.
His dark hair was cut low and he was clean-shaven for the event as he was joined by girlfriend Rika Tischendorf, who – at 34-years-old – is half his age.
Tischendorf was stylishly dressed for the occasion as she wore a baby pink Versace skirt suit.
Her bleach blonde locks were parted down the middle and ironed straight, and she donned lightly-tinted aviator glasses.
Every year Hitmakers highlights budding and bonafide artists in the music industry, and the event brings together the musicians responsible for the year’s biggest hits.
SZA earned the Hitmaker of the Year Award after her song Kill Bill struck a chord with fans. She also snagged nine 2024 Grammy nominations with the tune.
Singer-songwriter Conan Gray attended as a presenter and made a statement in a floral patterned, black and white, double-breasted sequin pantsuit.
Maggie Rogers, who arrived in a black vest and slacks, also hit the event as a presenter.