January 31, 2019 1:40 pm
Updated: January 31, 2019 1:45 pm

Justin Bieber’s new clothing line is out, and Beliebers both love it and hate it

Justin Bieber running on Nov. 1, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.

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In case being a singer, songwriter and newlywed weren’t keeping him busy enough, Justin Bieber is adding fashion designer to his resume.

On Wednesday, 24-year-old Bieber dropped his new clothing line called Drew House, taken after his full name, Justin Drew Bieber. The 14-piece unisex collection includes tees and hoodies with the “Drew” logo and signature smiley face, as well as corduroy button-ups and pants. It’s already sold out.

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One of the most notable corduroy styles is a pair of shorts ($138) that have “Drew” embroidered across the crotch.

The clothing, which ranges in price from $48 to $148, is “ethically made in L.A.” On the company’s “about us” page online, it describes Drew House as “a place where you can be yourself,” adding: “wear like you don’t care. Come chill. K. Bye.”

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The anticipated collection comes after Bieber teased the fashion line back in December when he posted an Instagram of hotel-inspired slippers with a smiley face with the word “Drew” on them.

In November, Bieber was caught running in a Drew hoodie.

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Many Bieber fans are upset that the clothing is already sold out online. On Twitter, people are sharing their disappointment over not being able to purchase a Drew House item only hours after it went on sale.

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On Instagram, one user commented on Drew House’s account: “So y’all really gonna sell out everything before I can even get my credit card out??? Rude but ok.”

Others are calling the line out for being too expensive, and saying many fans cannot afford a $68 turtleneck or $128 corduroy pullover.

Other Beliebers just want the Canadian star to make more music, and focus less on clothing.

“Instead of releasing an album, you just selling these ugly clothes,” an Instagram user commented on one of Drew House’s post.

It is unclear when Drew House clothing will be back in stock.

Laura.Hensley@globalnews.ca

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