Justin Bieber’s protégé Madison Beer made quite the fashion impression on Tuesday.
The Life Support singer modeled an unconventional white zip-up hoodie that looked as if she had cut off the sides with a pair of scissors to show more skin.
The 21-year-old was leaving organic grocery store Erewhon in West Hollywood with one paper bag in hand.
The new hoodie look for 2021: Justin Bieber’s protégé Madison Beer made quite the fashion impression on Tuesday. The Life Support singer modeled an unconventional white zip-up hoodie that looked as if she had cut off the sides with a pair of scissors
The beauty showed off her sides and a bit of her tummy as she wore the unusual-looking top.
It is not known if she cut the hoodie herself or if this is the work of a fashion designer trying to carve out a signature style.
The pinup paired the daring top with dark leggings and added white Nike Air 85 high top sneakers with white socks and a brown shoulder purse by Louis Vuitton while exiting the store.
And her glam was casual California cool as she pulled her hair back and had on black sunglasses with a white face mask.
Healthy minded: The 21-year-old was leaving organic grocery store Erewhon in West Hollywood with one paper bag in hand
This sighting comes after the star told to DailyMail.com that her new album – which she wrote and sang on – covers her struggle with mental health, specifically anxiety, while she touches on prescription drugs and delves into past toxic relationships.
‘Writing songs is like therapy for me,’ the artist told DailyMail.com.
‘That’s why this album is called Life Support. It helped me get rid of the darkness and see the light.’ She added, ‘My inspirations sonically are really diverse. I guess I’m not an easy artist to pigeonhole, and a lot of these songs are like nothing I’ve ever attempted before.’
‘All of me is laid bare on this album; it’s been a really fulfilling experience to create something that feels so true to myself,’ said the New York native.
Nic kicks: The songbird added white high top Nike Air 85 sneakers with white socks and a brown shoulder purse by Louis Vuitton while exiting the store
She has been romantically linked to Blake Griffin, Zack Bia, and Jack Gilinsky. She has also reportedly been close to Brooklyn Beckham.
Recently Beer has been seen with Nick Austin.
Sonically Life Support is reflective of Madison’s eclectic musical tastes, while lyrically it pushes the boundaries of accepted norms from female singer songwriters in pop in the same way as Rina Sawayama’s SAWAYAMA or Hayley Williams’ Petals For Armor do.
There are references to mental health and prescription drugs, toxic relationships and to the atypical life that Madison has led since famously being discovered by Justin Bieber on YouTube aged just 13. An album written as catharsis, Life Support is delivered as a document of all Madison has experienced and a self-care guide to coming out the other side.
New tunes: Beer released her debut album Life Support from Epic Records in February. And the star told to DailyMail.com that the album – which she wrote and sang on – covers her struggle with mental health and prescription drugs while also talking about her past relationships
Madison Beer’s Life Support is a strong personal and artistic statement as she wrote her own songs, producing and creating her own visuals.
Beer broke down each song and the meaning behind it exclusively for DailyMail.com
She said Good In Goodbye that she was inspired by her real life loves. ‘At my age, when you break up with someone, you tend to get back together at least a few times,’ she told DailyMail.com.
A new look for Beer: The music video for her single BOYS**T has already come out. ‘This song is meant to uplift and inspire people, of all genders, to know when it’s time to stop putting up with boysh*t,’ she told DailyMail.com
‘This captures the weird, purgatory place you’re in. You know you’re not with the right person, but you can’t bear to sever the ties. The song starts with someone diving in to water – that’s me pushing myself to take the plunge and end it.’
In Follow The White Rabbit – part inspired by The Matrix, part Alice in Wonderland, ‘There’s a raw undertone to this song, a cool, grungey sound that took it to a different place. It’s a genre of music I’ve always liked but never felt able to tap in to before.’
Effortlessly is one of her favorites. ‘It is one of the most vulnerable songs on the album. It’s about me and my mental health—the struggles I’ve been through that led me to therapy and medication and what they forced me to confront,’ she shared with DailyMail.com. ‘My mental health journey is not something I’ve spoken about before in my music.’
The men in her past: She has been romantically linked to Zack Bia, and Jack Gilinsky. She has also been reportedly close to Brooklyn Beckham
Stay Numb and Carry On is a continuation of her mental health story, but more poetic than personal.
‘I tend not to react to situations. I used to think it was negative to not always stay calm, but I was wrong. You end up locked inside yourself, convinced that the whole world is against you or that you’re the only sane person and everyone else has gone mad.’
Blue is one of the oldest tracks on the album. It’s about knowing when to quit a relationship. ‘I know when to run/When my make-up runs.’ ‘I’m excited with that lyric. It’s the perfect analogy, when the mascara runs, it’s time to get out,’ she said.
BOYSH*T is one of the last songs she recorded for her album.
Did they date? And Beer has been tied to Blake Griffin #23 of the Detroit Pistons; seen in mid February of this year. He has also dated Kendall Jenner in the past
‘It was just kind of a build up after this really long year. It’s simply about knowing your worth and when to leave a situation. With the play on “bullsh*t” I figured it was the perfect time to use the age old saying about an immature or disrespectful boyfriend, “he’s not a man, he’s a boy,” but it then flourished into more.
Prior to signing with Epic Records late 2019, Beer achieved success as an independent artist. Her debut EP As She Pleases boasts over 1 billion streams and made her the first independent female solo artist in history to break into the Top 20 radio charts, after having debuted in the Top 5 on iTunes in 18 countries and in the Top 10 in 42 countries worldwide. While her ‘As She Pleases’ headline worldwide tour sold out within minutes of going on sale.
Globally, Beer now has over 3 billion streams across her catalog and has sold over 1 million records in the UK alone.
Madison’s debut album Life Support is slated for release on February 26, 2021 via Sing It Loud/First Access Entertainment on exclusive license to Epic Records.