Justin Bieber Steps Out In LA With ‘Luxurious’ Workwear Outfit You Will not Neglect Any Time Quickly

The City of Angels has always been a destination for well-heeled expats from around the world: actors, artists, the rich and famous … One of their most famous transplants is Canadian singer / songwriter Justin Bieber, who can be seen regularly cruising the streets of the streets Beverly Hills in his Lamborghini Urus, fetching coffee and wearing Crocs. You know, usual celebrity stuff.

It seems like he really took the Saskatoon lifestyle to heart – his fashion choices shift from “effortless” to effortlessly cool. Outside an LA fire station filming clips for his latest album Changes, Bieber was spotted wearing a particularly crisp, workwear-inspired outfit consisting of a textured terry cotton shirt over a cotton tank top, dark Carhartt WIP Master pants and a hat consisted of the Perth-based skate brand Butter Goods and the sneakers Dior x Nike Air Jordan I.

We say “luxury” because not only are these Air Dior sneakers worth tens of thousands of dollars, but he was also wearing an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak in gold valued at $ 100,000 at the time – which is what most hipsters’ casios are ashamed in LA.

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Without the noticeably luxurious details, one could easily mistake Bieber for a South Central skate rat – thanks in no small part to Bieber’s fashion style.

Workwear and streetwear regularly overlap, and both fashion trends have a lot to do with skateboarding culture. Indeed, skateboarding was invented in LA, and this entire ecosystem of fashion owes a lot to the city. Skaters originally used cotton drill work pants from brands like Dickies or Carhartt as skating clothing, and donned basketball sneakers like Converse Chuck Taylors long before skate brands like Vans made shoes. The 1985 Air Jordan I also has a unique relationship with the subculture that, contrary to its athletic origins, is regularly used by professional skaters.

Bieber’s latest single Holy, a pop / gospel track starring frequent contributor Chance the Rapper, came out last week along with a music video which you can watch here.

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