Olivia Rodrigo simply dropped her newest music video for her new single “Brutal” and she or he’s doubling down on all issues early 2000s, particularly in the case of her outfits. Can you notice each Y2K style reference?
Directed by Petra Collins, our beloved pop-punk princess introduced the discharge of the highly-anticipated music video on Monday, Aug. 23, through Instagram with the caption “brutal music video in 10 minutes❤️🩹💖💜.” Quickly after, she posted a clip from the video and wrote, “brutal music video is out now! had one of the best time ever making this. so so so grateful for @petrafcollins who continually conjures up me and who directed this video so extremely. hope u guys love the vid and all my teen angst lol. 🔪🔮🦋💜🌈.”
From her movies for “Deja Vu” and “Drivers License” to her virtual Sour Prom live performance and debut SNL performance, one factor about Rodrigo is that she’s gonna serve a fashion moment it doesn’t matter what. In beneath three minutes, not solely did we relive all of our pouty teenage angst, however the 18-year-old pop star embodied the last word Y2K fantasy we might solely ever dream of.
Styled by Chloe and Chenelle Delgadillo, in addition to Ron Hartleben, the “Brutal” music video featured nostalgia-heavy style items like Delia’s-esque child tees, newsboy caps, bedazzled tanks, ombre-tinted sun shades, butterfly clips, beaded necklaces, and plaid mini skirts. We additionally observed Rodrigo carrying a sizzling pink energy swimsuit, a metallic form-fitting two-piece set, gothic tattoo chokers, fishnets, and, in fact, everyone’s favorite Vivienne Westwood necklace.
“Brutal” brings us a lot extra early-aughts throwbacks exterior of style, too, with pop-culture cameos together with a blue Apple iBook and a lime inexperienced Volkswagen Beetle (as a result of this was positively on our teenage dream wishlists again then).
Try Olivia Rodrigo’s outfits from the “Brutal” music video in additional element, beneath.