Justin Beiber He alleged that fashion giant H&M used his look without his consent in a series of social media posts shared on Monday.
28 years old “Baby” singer He told his 270 million followers to stay away from the global clothing company.
“I did not agree with any of the group of goods that they put out Even at H&M,he wrote on his Instagram stories. All without SMH’s permission and approval. I wouldn’t buy it if I were you. “
In another story he wrote, “The H&M merchandise they made of me is rubbish and I didn’t agree not to buy it.”
“As with all other licensed products and partnerships, H&M has followed appropriate approval procedures,” a representative for the retailer told FOX Business.
It is not clear whether Bieber’s dissatisfaction with Swedish brand stems from a new group or previous collaborations.
Bieber’s representatives did not immediately respond to FOX Business’ request for comment.
The “Peaches” musician launched his own clothing line, “Drew House,” in 2019, which featured a smiley face logo across a variety of unisex T-shirts, jackets, and slippers.
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