With legions of devoted fans keeping an eye on their every move, musicians have long been tastemakers when it comes to style.

To keep you au courant with what looks and brands your favorite artists are currently vibing, we’ve trawled through Instagram to round up some of this week’s best looks. Peep them all on The Weekly Juice below.

Metro Boomin looking thrilled in a Supreme tee and camo jacket. 

Pusha T hitting up the MTV Woodie Awards in a plaid, bleach-splattered Saint Laurent shirt and cream-colored adidas kicks. 

Striding through her global Joyride tour, Tinashe quenches the thirst of her fans in this patched-up jacket, half-top and baggy camo sweatpants. 

The Trap Lord Matrix flexin while performing his latest joint "New Level" at the MTV Woodie Awards.

Dubstep don Skrillex strolling through Brazil in a BAPE parka.

Nicki studdin' on them hoes in her latest editorial for NYLON.

Alt rapper Junglepussy rocking nearly every shade of pink in her shoot for Vogue

Ty Dolla $ign getting his sci-fi novel fix in a Supreme windbreaker.

Calling this one #shrekcore.

Steezy Korean rapper Okasian low key squatting in a Gucci cap, fur-lined parka and Willy Wonka-esque sunglasses.

Weekly Juice regular CL looking like a sultry anime character in an angelic Givenchy dress.

Zoë on that Gosha tip.

La Flame gearing up for some pavement shredding in a pair of adidas x Raf Simons Stan Smiths. 

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