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Go Backstage to See Justin Bieber's Custom Wardrobe for His Purpose World Tour

By / Published on Wednesday, 16 Mar 2016 12:48 PM / No Comments / 143 views

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Should you find yourself holding tickets to see Justin Bieber in concert during his Purpose tour, do us a solid and pay attention to whatever he’s wearing, ‘k? While male artists tend not to generate the same buzz over their looks as the ladies, Justin evidently spent time on the fashion aspect of the production, working alongside stylist Karla Welch and assembling a collection from both established and under-the-radar designers.

“Justin is extremely hands-on when it comes to fashion and was an excellent collaborator when it came to outfitting this tour. Through our work together he’s developed such an incredible eye for quality pieces and knows what he likes,” Karla said. The onstage looks include five custom ensembles from Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God and additional pieces from Raf Simons and Supreme (plus Adidas Yeezy kicks). See everything carefully arranged backstage here, including so. much. plaid. and organizing tabs marked, curiously, with heart doodles.

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Bieber wearing Fear of God, including pieces that look similar to these sold-out jeans ($895) and this wool overcoat ($1,295)

Similar to what we learned when talking to costume designer Marina Toybina about her experience with Carrie Underwood, future tour cities will see the Biebs putting stuff together in different ways. “We are really pleased with everything, but I can definitely see the looks changing from concert to concert with the way Justin chooses to style them,” Welch explained. And while the untrained eye might dismiss the items with a wave (“what? old concert tees and beat-up denim?”), rest assured that it’s likely all pretty pricey. The Marilyn Manson-accented kilt retails for $695, while a previous Fear of God Nirvana tee the singer wore cost $1,500. That said, there’s good news for Bieber fashion fans: The label is releasing a collection at PacSun starting early next month.

What you won’t see making an appearance onstage any time soon? The misspelled concert tees, resulting in some embarrassing publicity and recalled product.

Photos: Getty Images

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