Billie Eilish reps ‘Barbie’ in pink varsity jacket on the Grammys 2024 red carpet

This is what she was made for.

Billie Eilish kept her schoolgirl streak going — and showed her “Barbie” pride — on the Grammys 2024 red carpet in Los Angeles Sunday, wearing a Barbie-themed varsity jacket and tie as she geared up for what’s likely to be another big night for the movie.

The 22-year-old “What Was I Made For” singer, whose Grammy-nominated song is featured on the hit Greta Gerwig film’s soundtrack, showed off her scholastic style in a black tie and baggy black jacket with pink satin sleeves by Chrome Hearts.

The playful style was a reworked vintage design that was custom-made for Eilish according to her stylist, Andrew Mukamal (via E!).

Her bespoke coat read “Barbie” in pink letters above a pair of sunglasses and a clothes hanger on the chest and buttoned up with silver heart-shaped buttons, with the back featuring a doll-like design.

Billie Eilish was a Barbie girl at the 69th annual Grammy awards. Getty Images for The Recording Academy
The pop singer repped the “Barbie” movie with her outfit. Getty Images for The Recording Academy
Eilish posed with her brother, Finneas, on the red carpet. Getty Images for The Recording Academy

She paired the coat with a loose white button-up shirt and wide-legged black pants from Willy Chavarria and black boots.

The “Ocean Eyes” singer wore her bold black-and-red hair down in a slightly wavy style, sporting a pair of black wire-rimmed glasses.

And Eilish might wow audiences with another Barbie look when she performs at Sunday night’s show, which Trevor Noah is hosting for the fourth year in a row.

Eilish was nominated for six Grammys this year and has already taken home one, winning best song written for visual media during Sunday’s pre-show.

Finneas and Eilish accepted the Grammy for best song written for visual media for “What Was I Made For.” Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP

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Her other nominations include record of the year, best pop solo performance, best music video and song of the year for “What Was I Made For” from the “Barbie” soundtrack.

She’s also nominated for best pop/duo group performance for “Never Felt So Alone,” her collaboration with Labrinth.

Sunday’s look follows a series of bold black-and-white choices for the 7-time Grammy winner this awards season.

She wore a Chrome Hearts creation. Getty Images for The Recording Academy

She wore a school-uniform-like ensemble on the 2024 Golden Globes red carpet last month, sporting a loose Willy Chavarria khaki skirt paired with an oversized black blazer and a white dress shirt featuring a Peter Pan collar.

And for the Critics Choice Awards, the “Bad Guy” singer went with another black-and-white ‘fit, wearing a long white Thom Browne shirt dress with a tight black corseted frock layered on top.

Although she got snubbed by the Oscars this year, we have a feeling this Barbie girl will be cleaning up tonight.