Justin Bieber Purpose Pop Up at Nomad Toronto

The Belieber brigade was out in full force for the second Purpose Tour pop up.

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Justin Bieber’s Purpose Tour pop up shop made a stop in Toronto this week, and much like the hugely successful New York event at VFILES, the Toronto edition saw fans comes out in droves to get their hands on some of the much-hyped merch. Hosted at staple streetwear shop Nomad, a selection of hoodies, tees, long-sleeves and jackets were available for purchase, as well as some pieces made exclusively for the city featuring maple leaf motifs. While there was no sign of the Biebs himself, Fear of God’s Jerry Lorenzo was there and took time to chat with eager fans as well as enjoy the festivities. Lorenzo has been very involved with the overall aesthetic for the tour: not only did he help design the merch he also created five custom looks worn by Bieber on stage. The Purpose Tour will travel on to other cities in North America, Asia and Europe between now and November, so while there has been no official announcement about future pop-up shops we can only imagine there will be more in other cities in the coming months.

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