Olivia Rodrigo Channels ’90s Fashion in Leather Tube Top and Low-Rise Pants

The singer was an attendee and presenter at the Billboard Women in Music Awards.
Olivia Rodrigo.

Olivia Rodrigo.


Olivia Rodrigo is a Gen Z stalwart and 2000s baby, but in her heart, she is just a ’90s kid. The “good 4 u” singer’s recent iconic fashion looks have been proving the decade in which her loyalties lie.

She looked absolutely stunning at the Billboard Women in Music Awards on March 1. Rodrigo wore a vintage number from Chloé’s spring-summer 2001 collection. She donned a brown leather tube top and low-rise khaki dress pants embellished with a large drawing of a horse on one thigh.

The look was put together by stylist Danielle Goldberg, who accessorized the star’s ensemble with a plethora of rings from Jennifer Fisher and Anita Ko.

The outfit was designed by Stella McCartney, Chloé’s creative director at the time, and the clothing is older than the 20-year-old Grammy Award winner herself.

“YESSSS,” fellow horse girl Bella Hadid chimed in the comments.

“Iconic,” Camille Rowe and Christian Classen agreed.

Other fans and celebs added that they remembered when the pants, which were secured from Aralda Vintage, first came out more than two decades ago.

Clayton Hawkins styled Rodrigo’s dark brown locks into a perfect middle part and soft curls. Makeup artist Dana Delaney opted for mostly natural glam with a short sharp winged eyeliner, feathery brows and a plump pink lip.

“effortless vibes on @oliviarodrigo for the @billboard women in music event last night ⭐️⭐️⭐️,” Hawkins captioned his IG post.

Rodrigo stole the show at last year’s Billboard Music Awards after she took home more trophies than any other artist—it was also her first time ever being nominated. Her debut album, Sour, earned seven awards at the May 2022 event and she won three out of the seven Grammy Awards she was nominated for last April.

At the Billboard Women in Music Awards on Wednesday, she presented the Visionary Award to “someone who couldn't be more deserving of it if they tried,” Lana Del Ray.

“Lana has raised an entire generation of music lovers and songwriters like me, and taught them that there’s beauty in their vulnerability and power in their melancholy,” she gushed. “The first song I ever heard of Lana’s was ‘Video Games’ and I still consider that song to be probably the best love song of all time. She captures sadness, anger and sensuality in a way only the greatest of songwriters ever could. What I admire most about Lana is her unwavering authenticity.”

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Ananya Panchal

ANANYA PANCHAL

Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.