SALT LAKE CITY — Justin Bieber just launched a new clothing line called "Drew," and people think it looks like prisonwear.
Baggy, monochromatic streetwear has had its moment being "in," but Justin Bieber appears to think there’s more to say. Bieber just released a new beigey clothing label to the public, and a lot of people are saying his clothes look like they walked off the set of “Orange is the New Black.”
What happened: On Wednesday, Justin Bieber launched his much-anticipated casual streetwear clothing label “Drew House,” which takes its name from Bieber’s middle name.
- According to Complex, Bieber’s new line features comfy and baggy t-shirts, hoodies, button-ups, and shorts, many emblazoned with the smiley-faced Drew logo. It also features corduroy pants, shorts and hoodies.
- Prices for Bieber’s products range from $48 to $148, according to Business Insider.
- Currently, the Drew House collection features 14 items, all of which are unisex, according to Business Insider.
- The Drew House website was down at the time of writing this, likely due to surges in web traffic, but, according to USA Today, the site’s About Us page reads: "drew house is a place you can be yourself. blah blah blah ... wear like you don't care. come chill. k. Bye."
Bieber’s line has had lots of support from fans, but it’s largely getting roasted on social media.
Some are comparing Bieber’s clothing to costumes from “Orange is the New Black,” “Brooklyn 99," and other popular TV shows and films.
Other people think the Drew House models look like they’re atoning for the sins of someone’s no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing great-great-grandfather.
Some have compared the clothes to blue-collar uniforms, while others think they look like paper bags.
And the rest are just dragging Drew House for looking bad or mimicking Kanye West's Yeezy line.
Drew House’s launch post has had mixed responses from Instagram users, with many fighting it out in the comments over the price and look of the clothes.
Currently, the Drew House collection features 14 items, all of which are unisex, according to Business Insider.