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On Saturday, the 25-year-old took to Instagram to share photos from "drop 1, part 1" of her new sunglasses collection with Vogue Eyewear.
In the first photo, Bieber posed in a a tangerine string bikini top worn upside-down, paired with a pair of hexagonal rose gold and dark brown shades ($133 CAD/ $104 USD).
In a separate photo, the star kept it casual in a white crop top and oversized vintage jacket paired with with gold and dark blue frames ($133 CAD/ $104 USD). She also shared another photo of herself in swimwear, coupled with a pair of thicker, acetate frames ($133/$104 USD).
The collection earned praise from followers eager to get their hands on Bieber-approved sunglasses.
"Cute," one follower wrote. "I need these in my life."
"Perfect," another said.
"The prettiest ever," another fan told the star.
The collection combines Bieber's signature street and Y2K-inspired style, which often showcases her love of accessories — especially sunglasses.
In late March, Bieber told Vogue she was focused on creating "classic" pieces that would appeal to everyone — not just those who love to take fashion risks and try out trends.
“I pulled from a mix of inspirations, eras of time, and shapes that I’ve loved on myself,” she said of her creative process. “Then, I reworked them."
Bieber's pieces are all styles the star would personally reach for, even though she already has an "embarrassing amount" of shades in her collection. Noticeably absent? A pair of oversized sunglasses.
"Putting a cool pair of sunglasses with an outfit can elevate it — it can make or break an outfit,” Bieber said. “I’m not a large sunglasses person; I have a tiny face.”
While she's in the process of launching her own skincare line, Rhode, fans can expect to see more from Bieber in the fashion world.
"“I definitely want to do something in the clothing space, which I definitely will,” said Bieber. “I’m very picky about clothes and the way that they fit—I’m overly-specific about sizing and the way they hang on the body—so designing something clothing-wise is very fun and exciting for me.”