Clothing store Forever 21 has a case of Bieber Fever.
The clothing giant announced on Wednesday that it is collaborating with Justin Bieber for it's latest capsule collection.
Teen Vogue is reporting that the line will include tees, hoodies, and sweatpants, all of which will retail for under $35.
This isn't the first time a celebrity has tried to bridge the gap between music and fashion (think Kanye West). This also isn't the first time Justin has done just that very thing.
For this year's Purpose Tour, The Biebs partnered with stylists Karla Welch and Jerry Lorenzo to help create his look, which was sold in his merchandise stands.
"We thought, 'Let's not make stuff that young teenage girls would like, but stuff that Justin would like, that he would personally wear,'" Lorenzo told Billboard. It was wildly successful.
Justin also had pop-up stores in New York and Miami. Also, in July high-end retailer Barneys began selling an exclusive 31-piece Purpose-branded line, including T-shirts, jeans and a leather jacket. They ranged in price between $95 to $1,675 and were designed to capture Justin's Purpose fashion.
Barneys Senior VP Jay Bell told Billboard the line was a major home run, calling it it the "fastest, most successful project we've done in the shortest period of time."
Aside from Forever 21, Justin has also teamed up with Urban Outfitters for a line.
Justin's collaboration with Forever 21 debuts online on August 24, and hits stores August 29. The company is expecting the clothes to sell out very quickly, as evidenced by his previous forays into fashion.
The news comes amid a new collaboration in his love life, too.
Over the last several weeks, he's has been seen cuddling up with Lionel Richie's model daughter Sofia Richie. Fans of his didn't take too kindly to his new lady love and he threatened to set his Instagram to private if they didn't change their attitudes.
Well, they didn't and he became a man of his word. On July 16, he officially deactivated his Instagram account, proving The Biebs doesn't tease... but thanks his fashion sense, he does do tee's.