Is this the weirdest Justin Bieber shoot ever?

The singer stars on the August cover of Interview Magazine.

Emma Akbareian
Thursday 16 July 2015 11:44
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Justin Bieber has been making moves in the fashion industry but this latest editorial for the new issue of Interview Magazine is the most bizarre yet.

From the raunchy Calvin Klein campaign in which he was pictured frolicking with Lara Stone, to his appearance at the MET gala alongside Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing, Bieber is all set to conquer the fashion world.

This month he adds another major editorial to his CV with the cover story of the August issue of Interview Magazine shot by renowned photographer Steven Klein.

Whilst Bieber's appearances in previous editorials - including a Vogue spread with Kendall Jenner and a V Magazine shoot with Karl Lagerfeld have been relatively clean cut, this one is anything but.

The 21 year old singer appears in a number of bizarre images wearing a clown mask, with leather gloves and an eye mask and even holding a knife.

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

There is of course the obligatory appearance of a pair of Calvin Klein pants.

Bieber is interviewed for the issue in the standard Interview style by another celebrity - Martha Stewart.

The August issue of Interview Magazine hits newstands next week.

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