Justin Bieber created a sensation when he ditched his iconic sweep-over hair style but it looks like 'The Bieber' is back as the star showed off a return to his roots at New York Fashion Week on Sunday.
Biebs sat front row at the star-studded Y-3 show, showing off some seriously shiny blow-dried locks.
Supporting the popular brand, Bieber wore a black V-neck shirt with a Y design on the front along with leather trousers and white high top trainers. Keeping his shades on throughout the runway show, Bieber was joined by some pals with singer Miguel and NBA basketball stars John Wall and Iman Shumpert also spotted in the front row.
After the show ended, the chart-topper headed backstage to meet the Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto who created the Y-3 line in 2003.
Nice hair Bieber (Splash News)
Bieber appeared to be enjoying his Sunday off, as he takes a break from his Believer world tour. Tweeting his followers earlier in the day, the told his 44,000,000 Twitter fans: "Great Sunday so far" before revealing that he had attended an emotional church service that morning:
"Love to my guy @carllentzNYC for the amazing sermon at church this morning. Love you man. I broke down today. Thank u :)"
Aside from getting into a nightclub brawl last weekend , the 'Beauty and a Beat' singer has maintained a relatively low profile in recent weeks while on a hiatus from his mammoth 'Believe' tour.
With the tour kicking off again on September 23 though we're sure to be seeing more of Biebs and his hair soon.