Justin Bieber may be trying to shed his childhood by growing a 'stache, but he's also reminding people of his Baby days by rocking the classic Biebs 'do!
The singer made his blast from the past appearance Sunday night at Yohji Yamamoto’s Y-3 presentation during New York Fashion Week.
Aside from making a statement with the bangs of yesteryear, Justin wore a black shirt with a sheer yellow placket, black leather pants, and white Saint Laurent sneakers.
The 19-year-old also donned mysteriously dark sunglasses because it's THE thing to do at Fashion Week.
Do U think Justin should bring back his swishy hair???
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The Kardashians are coming! The Kardashians are coming!
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are expanding their DASH empire and opening a new
filming location boutique on one of the most fashionable streets in El Lay: Melrose Ave!
Kim made the big announcement on her blog, telling her dolls:
"This weekend Kourt, Khloe and I all met up with designer Jeff Andrews to start working on the new DASH LA store! Since we’ve opened DASH stores in Miami and NYC we decided that we want to re-vamp our west coast store and open a brand new LA location! We’re working closely with Jeff to bring you guys an amazing store and we are so excited to start working on it."
The 2000 square-foot boutique at 8420 Melrose used to be occupied by Nanette Lepore and is a stones throw away from Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang.
Wonder when they'll be
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Flannel lovers will be happy to hear that their favorite print is in for fall, at least according to Y-3 designer Yohji Yamamoto.
At Sunday's show in New York, the fall collection consisted of lots of black and red flannel, heavy-duty jackets and zipper-lined dresses.
Yamamoto explained his collection was all about a journey:
"Our generation—you can call it the beatnik generation or the Vietnam War generation; we have been called hippies—our generation has been traveling all around the world, by walking. Now the young people don't make this kind of travel. I want to catch this spirit [and give it] back to young people."
At least you'll look good while hoofin' it.
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Tags: fall 2011, flannel, nydw, y-3, y3, yohji yamamoto