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Billie Eilish, Jared Leto and Kim Kardashian wore dresses at LACMA’s Dystopian Dystopia

Billie Eilish, Jared Leto and Kim Kardashian wore dresses at LACMA's Dystopian Dystopia

What Billie Eilish, Jared Leto and Kim Kardashian Wore to LACMA’s ‘Dystopian Dystopia’ Show

Billie Eilish, Jared Leto and Kim Kardashian wore outfits on stage during Dystopian Dystopia at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Friday night. Eilish, 24, let slip her “Bad Guy” moment when she was asked earlier in the evening what she could do to “get a little bit more out of life.” “I could not tell you, because I have no idea what I can do,” she began. “I mean, just being normal is really good, but I do kind of need a bigger challenge.” Eilish elaborated: “But it’s not like, if you’re an artist, like, if you make great art, then you should go to the Met. It’s like, ‘Well, fuck you. You can say you have great art, but you should have a bigger one.’ Like, that would be kind of cool, because, like, if you’ve been in a relationship with one person for like, 10 years, then you should be like, ‘I don’t know what else to do with my time.’ “

LACMA’s Dystopian Dystopia, with performances by Eilish, Leto and Kardashian (with the help of her famous stepfather, Bob Dylan, and an assistant) included everything from surreal performance art to the installation of a robot horse — “a kind of life-size horse made of wire and electronics — on stage,” according to LACMA. The collection of art is made up of “a series of photographs,” a text written by a team of filmmakers and writers called “Scenic America,” and “an expansive multimedia installation that brings art and culture, politics and activism to a contemporary setting,” LACMA said. “This event also comes on the heels of the inaugural Women’s March on Washington.”

Eilish wore a black leopard-print dress that was “an instant conversation starter at the museum,” according to Eilish herself on Twitter. She also made a statement with her choice to wear her hair in what seemed to be a nod to her gender by wearing a wavy ponytail. Her dress also featured a black train, which was added before

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