If you weren't lucky enough to get a ticket to one of Justin Bieber's shows, or stop by his pop-up shop in NYC, there is still a chance for you to get your hands on some of his coveted and legitimately stylish Purpose tour merch. Bieber has just announced that he is finally opening his web shop, so you can shop some of the pieces online.
The singer is set to release Line 1 of the merch, with more rolling out in the future. The first release includes a selection of the vintage-inspired pieces we've been able to see, but not touch. Hoodies, sweatpants, tees, crewneck sweatshirts, and tanks are all up for grabs, in addition to hats, socks, and tour posters.
The black and white pieces feature various graphics, including portraits of Bieber and metal-style fonts. If you were hoping to cop some outerwear, a black bomber jacket with "Staff" on the front and Bieber's set list along the back is the only style available for now.
The merch was designed in collaboration with Fear of God's Jerry Lorenzo, who added his grunge and hip-hop influences to the collection. Lorenzo said that the inspiration behind the collaboration was the "perfect marriage of Kurt Cobain and Allen Iverson." He also tried to recreate the looks that Bieber would be wearing on stage at his shows.
Judging by the massive turnout at his pop-up shop, the merch is bound to go fast. You can shop the pieces now at purposetourmerch.com.