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Remember the days when guy style was little more than a pair of JNCOs, a No Fear T-shirt and a cool pair of Vans? (Or, fine, jeans and a button-up?) Those were simpler times. These days, guys are stepping out in head-turning (occasionally whiplash-inducing) styles, and luckily for us, interesting wardrobe choices are our favorite thing to talk about.
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For many young (and old!) Hollywood hunks, the Cannes Film Festival is a time to up your fashion game — think Ryan Gosling’s casual seaside cool, Channing Tatum’s relaxed chic or Ryan Reynolds shutting down the red carpet in white tie. And then there’s Justin Bieber‘s take on the event, which is done in his own inimitable style.
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So how was your weekend? Did you go anywhere interesting? Wear anything unusual? These three guys, above, could answer both questions in the affirmative, and fortunately for us, we have photographic evidence of their sartorial adventures (or, well, misadventures, as the case may be). Now let’s discuss.
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Coachella style is upon us, with all the tiny shorts, crochet bikinis and facial jewelry that entails. And as we scrolled through our Instagram feeds (and received many press releases for toe rings) all weekend, we had a few questions that kept coming up. Without further ado, we present them all to you, with the hopes you can help us answer them.
Justin Bieber may have declared his retirement from music, but that doesn’t mean the Biebs will ever take a day off from bringing his own unique brand of style to the world. The star stepped out at the world premiere of Justin Bieber’s Believe in a red Balmain suit and white tasseled Del Toro smoking slippers — a look that his stylist tells PEOPLE was inspired by another singer that made ladies swoon: Frank Sinatra.
“I was told he’d be introducing his new artists to the world on the red carpet, so I instantly thought ‘Rat Pack’ — Justin Bieber as Frank Sinatra of course,” says his stylist Ugo Mozie. And though Bieber initially had asked for a white suit with red accents, Mozie steered things in a different direction: “As I put his look together, the red just took over. Red is powerful, sexy and masculine.”