Justin Bieber's slippers from his House of Drew fashion label have already sold out

The slippers resemble those found in a hotel room and feature a yellow smiley face logo 

Chelsea Ritschel
New York
Thursday 27 December 2018 21:03 GMT
Justin Bieber releases hotel-inspired slippers (Getty)
Justin Bieber releases hotel-inspired slippers (Getty)

Justin Bieber has released the first item from his clothing line - and it’s already sold out.

The singer’s first foray into the fashion world came in the form of House of Drew slippers, which celebrities including his wife Hailey Baldwin debuted on Instagram.

The slippers, which resemble hotel room slippers, feature the Drew House logo - a yellow smiley face with "Drew" replacing the mouth - and were available on Bieber’s brand’s website, thehouseofdrew.com for $4.99.

On the website, the unisex slippers were described as: “super-soft white slippers with the iconic smiley face design...perfect for drew house guests and anyone who enjoys slipping their feet into something cosy at the end of the day.”

The slippers sold out shortly after they were released, a testament to the future success of the pop star’s new line.

On Instagram, where the brand already has more than 106,000 followers, a photo of the slippers received more than 61,000 likes.

“Waiting for a restock,” one person commented after the white slippers had sold out.

Another asked that the 24-year-old singer “release some more please."

According to Elle, Bieber named his label Drew in honour of his own middle name, and he has regularly been spotting wearing his own merchandise, including a Drew hoodie and Drew necklaces.

On the website, the brand’s "about us" reads: “Drew House is a place where you can be yourself. Wear like you don’t care. Come chill. K. Bye.”

The singer also trademarked the name of his fashion line in February, The Blast reported.

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