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Stella McCartney designs Justin Timberlake’s tour wardrobe

Fashionable man of the woods

Photo: Stella McCartney

Photo: Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney collaborates with singer Justin Timberlake to design the wardrobe for his ‘Man of the Woods’ tour. Using inspiration from Stella McMartney Menswear, the English fashion designer has created a new wardrobe for the singer and his tour members.

Though its her first time designing a wardrobe tour for an artist, McCartney is no stranger to Timberlake’s distinctive style. Earlier this year, McCartney designed Timberlake’s look for the Super Bowl’s half-time show. Now, for his European and North American tour, Timberlake will be inputting his own style matched with pieces from the English label. Stella McCartney said in a statement,

“Justin has such innate style, and he embodies our menswear collection in many ways. Collaborating with him on his world tour wardrobe is an incredible opportunity…I’m so thrilled and proud that he chose Stella McCartney Menswear.”

Mix and matching his favorite patterns, McCartney used pieces from her Menswear fall/winter 2018 collection for the tour’s wardrobe. McCartney used prints and retro inspired fabrics to reflect his tour’s concept, ‘Man of the Woods.’ The 37-year-old will be sporting a Prince of Wales inspired bomber jacket, with chevron tracksuits and combat trousers.

Consisting of wildlife prints, the wardrobe included bomber jackets, trench coats and camouflage trousers. His dancers will always be sporting the English label as she has designed Martin Ridley wildlife prints on cozy shirts, hoodies, and t-shirts made of organic cotton. His 15 piece band members will sport printed blazers, waistcoats and trendy bomber jackets as well. Long sleeve t-shirts in chevron style will also make their debut on stage. It’s clear both artists have collaborated to create an unforgettable tour experience for both the members and his audience.


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