Justin Bieber’s Latest Fit Is Five Separate Flexes at Once
About a month ago, Justin Bieber, the sleaziest style lord who ever did walk these streets, debuted his own clothing line called Drew House. His own middle name (Drew, sans House) is the inspiration behind the brand name, and the line is chock full of branded smiley faces, corduroy, and Bieber-adjacent vibes. He even made himself a pair of Drew hotel slippers to wear outdoors, as he does.
On Tuesday in New York City, Bieber stepped out sporting the brand’s smiley face logo tee, and I must say, he styled it most sleazily—to no one’s surprise. It was cold as hell in The Big Apple™ yesterday, so along with a knit beanie, Bieber draped himself in the comfort of a big-ass fleece (or maybe shearling) jacket that not only hit the nail on the head trend-wise, but added a hint of his own corduroy fixation to the mix. Plus, the fit is just oversized enough to continuing the ongoing, ever-stylish galavant that landed him on our Mt. Rushmore of Sleazy Style.
The cozy-looking bomber is from a Milanese label called Handle With Freedom, and unfortunately, doesn’t seem to be available online. And shortly after launch—to no one’s surprise— Drew House sold out of its wares entirely. So the T-shirt isn’t available right now, either.
As if Bieber’s fit wasn’t already unattainable enough, he finished off the look with a pair of Nike Air Yeezy 1 Zens—which are reselling for around $2,000 right now.
Only the lord-iest of sleaze lords could pull together such an unavailable fit, and style it to look so put together while also dripping so sloppily. Try to do this with your Patagonia fleece and struggle basketball shoes, and you can guarantee you won’t turn heads like Biebs does here. This is all to say that what we have here is a uniquely JB fit, and although difficult to recreate, it’s certainly not difficult to admire.
If nothing else, I’m sure you can find yourself a loose-fitting pair of black cargo pants out there somewhere. And, hell … maybe you should. It’s one flex in five that you can actually acquire, and I say go for it