Justin Bieber designing hotel-like slippers for forthcoming clothing line

Justin Bieber is not only busy hanging out with his new wife and puppy — he’s also been designing clothes.

The singer, 26, who previously registered a trademark under “THE HOUSE OF DREW,” “LA MAISON DREW” and “DREW” for the purpose of “clothing and wearing apparel” in February, has been spotted in his own designs including various T-shirts and sweatshirts with the logo: a smiling face with the word “Drew” as the mouth.

The name “Drew” is the “Sorry” singer’s middle name, which is now emblazoned on comfy footwear.

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On Christmas, Bieber gave his Instagram followers a taste of what to expect from the forthcoming line. He posted pictures of three diamond chains, each with the logo as a pendant, as well as a pair of hotel slippers. This summer, Bieber made a habit of wearing slides out in public everywhere he went.

It seems the fashion line could be coming sooner than expected; Bieber sent a pair of Drew-branded hotel slippers to manager Scooter Braun, singer Harry Hudson and producer Benny Blanco.

Wife Hailey Baldwin also posted her own picture wearing the slippers.

There is a link to purchase a pair for $4.99 on the Drew website, though the product is sold out.

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The Drew website summarizes Bieber’s laid-back approach to dressing.

“Drew House is a place where you can be yourself. Blah blah blah blahsdbksjdfhl,” reads the About Us section. “Wear like you don’t care. Come chill. K. Bye.”

There are no other products currently available for purchase.

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In October, Hailey also trademarked the named “Hailey Bieber” for intentions of a clothing line.

This article originally appeared on The New York Post.