Star styles in the check
He likes to shock with his curious outfits: We are talking about Bill Kaulitz, the lead singer of the band Tokio Hotel. We looked closely at the style of the singer.
Bill Kaulitz and Tokio Hotel are back with a new album after a break of almost four years. Since October 3, "Kings of Suburbia" is in stores. The band's fans love the songs and immediately put the record at the top of the charts. But even the more mature look of the frontman can be seen. Joy.de has taken a look at the style of the singer.
So we knew Bill Kaulitz from the first time with Tokio Hotel.
Striking and bizarre - this is the best way to describe Bill Kaulitz's style. Whether batik jeans, tartan riding shorts or jackets that are covered with shiny black sequins, Bill polarizes with his clothes at every opportunity. Especially with his penchant for androgyny, Bill often gets skeptical looks for his looks. Even America's greatest gossip, Perez Hilton, blasphemes about Bill Kaulitz's need to get used to it.
More looks and outfits by Bill Kaulitz in our picture gallery!
Nevertheless or just for that reason, the singer of Tokio Hotel is repeatedly booked as a dressman for fashion events - in 2009 for example by Karl Lagerfeld. The trademark of the musician was once his manga look with deep black hair and generously black rimmed eyes. With age, the hair became lighter. Since 2011, Bill Kaulitz has been wearing his hair blond - the dark eye make-up and the penchant for extravagance have remained.
2014: Bill Kaulitz shooting "Love who loves you back".
Also on accessories the front singer does not save. Leather gloves, bracelets, studs, huge belt buckles and chains should not be missing in his outfits. Heels with heels, skinny jeans or leggings and open-hearted tops emphasize his feminine side. And he shows clearly sexier with a free upper body and rock tattoos. If he puts on a top then Kaulitz can never get enough of a piece of clothing: the leather jacket! She is the must-have for every occasion and every outfit.
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