Music and fashionista Harry Styles’ “Harry’s House” Album Cover Outfit Is Chic

Harry Styles just announced his new album, “Harry’s House,” coming Friday, 20 May. The accompanying album art released by Columbia Records embodies the same ’70s-inspired aesthetic we’ve come to expect from Styles’s brand, and his outfit is right in line.

The singer, who works with Harry Lambert on curating his gender fluid wardrobe, tapped British designer Molly Goddard for his look.

It all starts with the unisex white cotton Iwona blouse, stitched with red embroidery and shirred with a boxy pleating. The top features a Peter Pan collar and is cropped to the waist, so Styles can show off the flower patch on the back pocket of his Jorg jeans.

Despite the wide-leg fit, we still caught glimpse of the final touch: Goddard’s lace-around Albie ballet pumps peeking out from under his flares. The shoe, sized in men’s, comes in both cherry red and white soft leather and boasts long cords at the ankle.

Styles’s look, finished with chunky gold gemstone rings, is complementary to the retro furniture that’s splayed upside down in the image, an inside look at the You Are Home website Styles launched to promote the news. Click through the landing page, and you’ll arrive at a 40-second YouTube video with clips of cityscapes and concerts. The visual culminates with a Goddard-clad Styles at centre stage with a yellow house rising behind him.

Styles’s playful look is not unlike the ones he’s sported before. He wears everything from pearls and Gucci pussy-bow blouses to heels and a Harris Reed tulle skirt on the cover of Vogue.

While his street style has been decidedly more casual as of late, Styles’s performance wear is purely romantic. We bet future appearances to promote his beauty line, Pleasing, and his costumes for headlining Coachella in April, will follow suit.

Ahead, see more stills from Harry’s announcement, then shop everything he’s wearing from head to toe.

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