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Justin Bieber releasing new tour merchandise after scrapping shows

The fresh line is the final collection of clothes tied to his Purpose album.

H&M bosses will unveil a new collection of Justin Bieber tour merchandise despite the fact the pop star's Purpose World Tour has been cancelled.

The singer axed the remaining 14 shows of his latest concert series last month (Jul17) to focus on his health and wellbeing after spending close to two years on the road, but his fashion plans are continuing to move forward despite his decision to pull out of the performances.

Bosses at global retail chain H&M have revealed a new line of merchandise inspired by Bieber's Stadium Tour collection is on its way, with Women's Wear Daily reporting the fresh clothes will be up for sale online and in select stores from 7 September (17).

The new H&M collection features several of the same styles offered in the company's previous The Purpose Tour line, including bomber jackets, hoodies, T-shirts, jogging pants and other products in red, grey, white and yellow.

Justin has collaborated on several merchandise lines related to his Purpose album since its release in 2015. The 23-year-old heartthrob has teamed up with creatives at luxury U.S. department store Barneys for a more high-end Purpose collection and he has hosted a VFiles pop-up for his clothing in addition to releasing a more budget-friendly line for affordable American retail chain Forever 21.

Justin's latest H&M offerings will be his final Purpose fashion release.

The pop star has also inspired another new collection thanks to one of his previous tours - his stylist Karla Welch launched her own line of classic white T-shirts with iconic undergarment brand Hanes thanks to her work with the star on his Believe Tour in 2012.

The seven designs of tees and tanks in the Hanes x Karla white T-shirt collection are now available for sale online.

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