Justin Bieber is one of the best dressed men in the world of the music. Ten years ago, the singer of Purpose he was best known for his golden lamé blazers, his magenta elede boots and his skinny jeans white, but Bieber he’s swapped his image of a polished pop prince for a uniform that we almost totally agree with (we’re still struggling with the Crocs.)
He has perfected a style it is soaked in a relaxed Californian sensibility. The garments of the Singer, winner of a Grammy Award, are large, Loose and of gigantic proportions, and could easily be found on the ramps of Venice Beach’s skate park or in the locker room of professional Tony Hawk.
The fact is that the 28-year-old was seen in Montecito, California, wearing a colossal outfit. Composed of a sweatshirt hooded Balenciaga oversized, with elongated sleeves, and a pair of trousers guy tent and some tennis Balenciaga, which with 3.5 kg are as heavy as they seem, the set was one of its most voluminous to date.
The looks of Bieber they are receiving recognition from the gods of the loud sewing. As a teacher of the Fit large, it is not surprising that the singer of Yummy has just been elected to head the Campaigns of Balenciaga by Demna Gvasalia. Since the designer Georgian took over as creative director of the brand in 2015, has pushed a similar aesthetic of “the bigger the better” and its collections they are full of blazers of bulging wool, trousers Wide and tennis they seem as heavy as they actually are (the brand’s Triple S sneakers weigh around 3.2 kilos).
The style more Loose defended by Justin Bieber it has also reached the most important catwalks in the world. Ami bet on the pants rolled, Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton wants you to start wearing bulky jeans (check out the latest look from Travis Scott, in which he shows that skinny jeans are dead) and the Spring/Summer 2022 collection of Dior it was riddled with giant pants.
To us, the Sets Baggy similar to those of Bieber we love them (more spacious and comfortable than anything of slim proportions) and don’t need to be a Belieber to use them. Our advice: start with a wide leg pants to try on.
Article originally published in GQ UK.