Justin Bieber scored major style points at a hockey game over the weekend.
The Canadian singer attended the NHL All-Star Game in Toronto, Ontario on February 3 in one of the coziest outfits we’ve seen this winter. The oversized Marni jacket stole the spotlight from the New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leaf players, with its vibrant red hue and large white polka dots. The Biebs paired the coat with a gray knit, jeans, and a Balenciaga baseball cap, which made for one super-chill fit.
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The fuzzy outerwear hails from Marni’s Fall/Winter 2023 Vol. 2 collection, as one of the jackets the Italian label co-designed with Dingyun Zhang. The fruits of the collab, which graced the runway in Tokyo last February, combined Marni’s distinctive take on colors and patterns with Zhang’s radical approach to functional design and patternmaking.
The beauty of this particular piece is also in the details. The Italian-made coat features layers of goose down and duck-feather padding underneath a plush Mohair outer, ensuring exaggerated proportions and plenty of warmth. Other key elements include an oversized stand collar, elasticized cuffs, and, of course, the Marni logo. Select retailers offer the jacket for $4,600, but you can also buy it on sale now at Garmentory for $2,600. Marni and Zhang created a version of the coat for women, too, with a Lily White exterior and black polka dots. The limited collection also includes mohair jumpers and checkered jackets.
The 2024 NHL All-Star weekend kicked off in Scotiabank on January 1. Four squads faced off in the semifinals, with the winners of those games competing in the final. Bieber was spotted cheering on and chatting to players from a penalty box. He also took to the ice in a full team uniform as #6 of Team Matthews, snapping pictures with Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers and Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks.
Bieber was one of four celebrity captains to show their skill on Saturday, along with fellow Canadians Tate McRae, Michael Bublé, and Will Arnett. Bublé claims he was high on mushrooms while selecting players for his team, but that’s an entirely different story.
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