After weeks of anticipation, Harry Styles' third studio album Harry's House is finally here.

A few weeks ago, we got a preview of the album when the single As It Was was released alongside a music video, and if you've been on TikTok, there's no doubt you've been humming the song at least once a day.

In his recent Apple Music interview with Zane Lowe, Harry explained that although this album is very different from his previous work, it was made "with the same intent" as Fine Line. Basically, this album is all about the music that Harry himself wanted to make.

The Harry's House era is not only going to sound different, it also looks different from a fashion point of view.

Throughout his tour, the singer has of course been wearing plenty of Gucci, but now, he's straying away from just wearing the luxury house, tapping into upcoming brands and designers, courtesy of his stylist Harry Lambert.

For the album cover, Harry wears a Molly Goddard look. He's also been wearing plenty of S.S. Daley, and recently wore custom JW Anderson for a performance on the Today Show. The looks are a lot more childish and fun, combining colors and patterns in an unexpected way.

The Gucci era isn't over, but Harry is certainly evolving both through fashion as well as musically.

Harry's House features a total of 13 songs, and it will undoubtedly be on repeat all weekend long. It's available now across Spotify, Apple Music, and basically, anywhere you get your tunes.

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