Like so many of history's greatest pop stars, Justin Timberlake has undergone a diverse, rich fashion evolution. From Canadian tuxedos and graffiti-printed ensembles to fedoras paired with formal evening wear, the 37-year-old entertainer has shown he's unafraid when it comes to exploring the many realms of men's fashion.
So when it came time for his third Super Bowl halftime show performance, we anxiously awaited to see which designer he would choose to wear. And true to the nature-inspired ethos of his latest era, it was only obvious that the Man of the Woods would consult the ever-wonderful (and ever-sustainable) Stella McCartney to produce his custom halftime show swag.
"For last night's #SuperBowl half-time show @JustinTimberlake wore an alter-nappa fringed jacket with an organic cotton shirt featuring a landscape artwork by British artist #MartinRidley," McCartney wrote in an Instagram post. "The pieces are inspired by the upcoming Autumn Winter 2018 collection." While there was no promise of a N*SYNC reunion, Timberlake managed to make everything look effortless and cool as he danced his way through a medley of hits such as "Rock Your Body," "SexyBack" and "Can't Stop the Feeling."
While the performance itself was lackluster compared to the show-stopping forces of last year's Gaga Extravaganza, Timberlake did manage to display sustainable fashion on a national stage, which in our opinion, was the highlight of Super Bowl 52.