Justin Bieber's Drew House clothing line has arrived and people are really dragging it
30 January 2019, 15:16 | Updated: 30 January 2019, 15:39
Yay! Just what we needed, another celebrity fashion line…
It wasn't enough for Justin Bieber to have a hugely successful singing career, no, the "What Do You Mean?" singer has now entered the fashion world – but people have some thoughts.
Whilst we've been waiting for Justin's next album (where the hell is it!?), he's been teasing us with glimpses of his new fashion venture. We've seen him knocking around Los Angeles for months, running errands and promoting his clothing on social media and it's finally landed. Introducing: Drew House.
Just in case you didn't know, Justin's middle name is Drew and we guess he lives in a house? So yeah, Drew House. The clothing is all ethically made in Los Angeles, California, and according to Drew House's website their message is simple:
"A place where you can be yourself. blah blah blah...," it reads. "wear like you don't care. come chill. k. bye."
Justin has clearly drawn influence from skaters, the lookbook seems like it was shot in someone's suburban back garden and the clothes are all pretty baggy in natural hues. Some even have an emoji smiley face on them or Drew, written in bold lettering. The price ranges from $48 for a t-shirt to an expensive $148 for a corduroy shirt or pair of trousers. You can even snap up a pair of smiley face slippers – which are already out of stock – for as little as $5.99.
It doesn't stop there, though, the product descriptions all contain some sort of random fact for some reason. Case in point, did you know all swans in England belong to the Queen? Who knew online shopping could be so educational.
However, the release of Justin's design debut hasn't been without its criticisms. First of all, why is it SO expensive!?
DREW HOUSE IS SO DAMN EXPENSIVE LIKE NOBODY IS GONNA PAY 148 DOLLARS FOR THOSE UGLY ASS PANTS ALSO 98$ A DAMN HOODIE? pic.twitter.com/K7uMBUDI78— Ida 🇻🇪 (@jbsdeIuxe) January 29, 2019
Drew House: “an AFFORDABLE range of high quality staples”— maya (@bizzleharder) January 29, 2019
*clicks on website*
Drew Hoodie: $98.00 pic.twitter.com/tasjJ0cxhe
drew house prices are insane and a whole joke. 140$ for a simple hoodie with a smiley face on it when i can buy something like that at primark? bruh @justinbieber get your shit together— r (@lookngfryou) January 29, 2019
Drew house is NOT affordable lying ass smh— maya (@bizzleharder) January 29, 2019
not with those prices— ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ (@califxrna) January 30, 2019
Nice clothing line… but even for someone who has a job these prices are crazy…— Olav (@OlavGehle) January 29, 2019
When yall going on sale cuz ummm...... pic.twitter.com/Pno6rKINwG— Sakinah | MS. SAVINGS (@LoyalKinah) January 29, 2019
It's around 65 dollars but in Brazil it's more than 500 reais like wtf I don't have this amount of money bitch pic.twitter.com/lsStoy2qlu— paolita (@warriorjb) January 30, 2019
While we're here, it's worth mentioning that Justin's new collection looks a lot like Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 line…
what kind of Walmart yeezy nonsense was that??— oh imma do that anyway cause thats how i am (@hisIatingirI) January 30, 2019
The Purpose Tour merch looked WAY better than this House of Drew line, it basically looks like the hippie version of Kanye’s Yeezy line just without the holes and made of corduroy, then he has the nerve to charge over $100 for it like no sir 💀— - (@excIusivity) January 29, 2019
Drew House clothing line is uglier than the Yeezy collection and that’s saying something— drake called me threatening me (@deckellarke) January 29, 2019
And then there were those who just thought it was down right ugly – ouch.
justin’s clothing line, drew house, is ugly af and just too basic pic.twitter.com/D6iSkJzbKi— 𝔞𝔩𝔢𝔧𝔞𝔫𝔡𝔯𝔞 (@wrkhs) January 30, 2019
that drew house shit is so ugly are they actually gonna keep this up and are y’all cupcakes actually gonna keep buying it— brit (@crossrauhls) January 17, 2019
Ohh, so there’s my shower towel..— Rap thalia (@zuputama) January 30, 2019
this level of... ugliness— erica (@biebsushills) January 30, 2019
Orange is the new black— dzzzne (@galan_xg) January 30, 2019
Despite the backlash, we have no doubt people will be clambering to buy these pieces. Lots of pieces have already sold out, I mean, it's Justin Bieber's clothing. We just hope you have your cash ready…