Justin Bieber Blasts H&M Over ‘Trash’ Clothing: On Monday, Justin Bieber launched an attack against the Swedish apparel giant H&M, claiming that the company was selling “crap” items featuring his name and likeness without his official license. The retailer disputed that this was the case. According to People, Justin Bieber stated in an Instagram story, “I did not approve any of the merch collection that they put up at H&M. All of it was done without my consent and agreement.” “[Rolling my eyes] If I were you, I wouldn’t buy that,” I said while shaking my head.
The singer of “Peaches,” who is 28 years old and whose wife, the model Hailey Bieber, recently celebrated her 26th birthday, added: “The H&M merch they produced of me is crap.” The fast-fashion chain sells sweater dresses and canvas bags with photographs of Justin Bieber’s face; however, he did not identify which things, in particular, he was referring to when he made this statement. H&M has stated that it did nothing illegal.
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The shop said as it does “with all other licensed products and partnerships,” that it “followed proper approval procedures.” This claim was made to various media publications, including Forbes. The request for a statement from H&M was not immediately met with a response from the company. The demand for comments that HuffPost made to a representative for Bieber was not immediately met with a response.
The musician, born in Canada, launched his clothing line recently. Drew House, established in 2019 and takes its name from its founder’s middle name, bills itself as a “community” or a “place where you can be yourself and be loved, encouraged, safe, and appreciated.” Drew House has also incorporated the likeness of a well-known person in some of its products, although, in that instance, the reaction seems to have been pleasant on both ends of the transaction.
People magazine referred to Justin Bieber’s introduction of a collection that featured photographs of Drew Barrymore as a “collaboration.” Bieber designed the exhibition. He was even caught on camera by paparazzi wearing a T-shirt that depicted the actor clutching E.T., the alien from the 1982 film in which she had a starring role as a young actor. Barrymore enthusiastically promoted the product on her Instagram by posting a photo of Justin Bieber wearing the shirt and captioning it with a heart emoji.