The "Peaches" singer was the celebrity captain of Team Matthews, which emerged victorious after taking on Will Arnett's Team McDavid on Saturday
Justin, 29, was the celebrity captain of Team Matthews, led by Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews. His team clinched a victory on Saturday in the Rogers NHL All-Star Game, with Justin joining the team both on and off the ice to coach them to victory — and celebrate the win. Bieber and his teammates defeated Will Arnett’s Team McDavid 7-4 to take home the $1 million prize.
While the singer was behind the bench, Hailey, 27, was in a suite watching her husband warm up with the team before the three-on-three tournament began and as he cheered excitedly from the sidelines as they won.
As usual, Hailey looked effortlessly chic as she repped Drew House — Justin’s clothing brand — in a hockey jacket emblazoned with “drew” on it. She posed for a selfie with the fashion line’s VP of brand and marketing, Laura Ehrlich, and the two rocked matching coats. “Team Blue 4L,” Ehrlich captioned the selfie, which Hailey reposted on her own Instagram Story, adding a blue heart to support the colors of Justin’s All-Star team.
The Rhode founder also shared another stylish look from her weekend in Toronto on her Instagram Story, as she posed in a light brown coat with a gray sweater and white shirt underneath, visible below the jacket's sleeves. She paired the statement coat with an orange clutch and a pair of gray sunglasses.
Hailey also came armed with a tube of her Rhode lip peptide lip treatment, which she conveniently fit into a slot in a branded phone case that caught the attention of many fans.
Justin also had a standout fashion moment of his own over the weekend. On Saturday, after joining his team on the ice for warmups — which also consisted of three other Maple Leafs players, forwards Mitchell Marner and William Nylander and defenseman Morgan Rielly — Justin rocked a statement coat as he sat behind the team’s bench.
His Fuzzy Wuzzy Brushed Dot Padded Jacket from Marni featured a red and white polka-dot pattern, and Justin wore it open over a gray sweater and a park of dark denim pants with a black Balenciaga baseball hat. The oversized mohair cocoon coat retails for $4,600.
Of the look, Boston Bruins coach Jim Montgomery said, “I love the coat.”
“I wanted to wear it. I have no look, so I might as well be loud with my clothing,” Montgomery added of Justin’s bold coat, per the NHL.
While on the ice, Justin donned a full blue uniform, which he had designed exclusively for the NHL All-Star Weekend with Drew House. The longtime fan and hockey player released a lineup of four jerseys — one for each team competing — in red, blue, yellow and white. Each jersey featured the NHL logo in a doodle-like style, the signature of Drew House.
The collaboration “brings a culturally-relevant streetwear collaboration to the NHL All-Star Game while respecting the invaluable tradition of each individual NHL team through the incorporation of a team shoulder patch,” according to a press release.
Brian Jennings, senior executive vice president of the NHL, said the jerseys' “vibrant colors…are both youthful and classic and offer the perfect complement to the young NHL talent set to meet in Toronto for this year’s NHL All-Star Weekend.”
In a statement, Bieber’s brand said the line “was created to share joy and create a sense of community, which was our vision when designing the 2024 All-Star jerseys with the NHL and Adidas.”
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Of Justin’s surprise appearance on the ice at the All-Star Game, Los Angeles Kings goalie Cam Talbot told the NHL, “I don’t think anyone expected him to be out there with us.”
“But he actually had some pretty good hands out there, so it was fun to go one-on-one against him.”
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