Dibs on the Biebs

He may have dressed down his Hollywood glamour by sporting a comfy and relaxed style, but Justin Bieber is still a head turner with his effortless street swagger.

Oversized tees with structured sleeves, ripped baggy jeans and cool snapbacks—these essential pieces to channel that inner Harlem swag are finally here. Inspired by Bieber’s latest album and his current style, local fashion brand Oxygen has teamed up with the pop star himself to come up with one of the edgiest streetwear collections to date.

Hoarding pieces from this latest collection isn’t something you should be sorry for, especially if you’re a Belieber who wants to show your love for the Biebs outside your daily playlist. Nothing like a casual white tee that says “Justin Forever” can drive that sweet message home.

Almost everything from this collection, from the pullovers to the nylon jet black bomber jackets, will make you memorize the “Purpose” hits with its designs—that is, if you haven’t already.

The launch exclusive grey nylon parka, Bieber logo embroidered dark wash denim jacket, women’s “Sorry” tee with a side slit, drawstring backpacks and caps are so easy to love. The girls can totally steal the tees from the men’s collection too and rock them as dress shirts.

But the Oxygen x Bieber collection isn’t just for the Beliebers, not when it boasts of retro rock ’n’ roll graphics printed on on-trend must- haves. The designs have a cool contemporary goth vibe, making it easy to match with any outfit for your weekend gigs or even just a casual night out with friends.

It has all the covetable streetwear staples: graffiti-inspired graphic tees, pullovers, denim and bomber jackets, hoodies and caps. The best part is, Oxygen can be your one-stop shop for street style. On its racks are the perfect clothes to go with these Bieber statement collectibles, whether it’s distressed jeans, comfy joggers, bandage or slit skirts, or pastel denim.

You’ll be OOTD-ready for anything with this collection, and we’re crossing our fingers that the Purpose Tour in Manila is one of them.

Photography by Vinz Lamorena

This post was previously published as a newspaper article on Inquirer Super.

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