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.

Sure, Kylie Jenner on her own isn't a musician per se. But being one of the first to wear her musician-brother-in-law's YEEZY Season 4 pieces puts her in the running, right? Calm yourself, forget the rules, and get lost in the multitude of nude knitwear that Ye put his heart and soul into.

Is that Gucci Mane or a long-lost cousin of Batman-villain The Riddler? It's hard to tell when the whimsical designs of Jeremy Scott are involved, but regardless, Gucci's here for it. We can't see his feet but otherwise homeboy has gone Moschino head to toe, or at least, head to shiny belt buckle.

If Vogue is doing a shoot on "chic youth" in pop culture today, you can bet your ass Willow Smith is going to be involved. She's currently the face of Chanel eyewear, but it looks like she can turn it out just as well in a Chanel leather embroidered dress.

Future, Future, Future. Few can hop around a stage in Reebok pumps as elegantly as you. It takes our breath away. And for point of reference, green is really your color, particularly on sleek jackets like that one.

A few days ago, New York's infamous nightclub 1Oak opened its doors and an angel stepped forth. An angel named Rihanna, whose $15,500 Saint Laurent fur cape created a perfect heart shape. Nay, not any heart shape, but a heart-emoji shape. There are few moments of true perfection in this life, this is one of them.

The dream of the ‘90s rave is alive and well with Travis Scott, whose Supreme hoodie is so neon that it could fuel the window-signs of every Chinese restaurant in Manhattan. And a shoutout to those Jumpmans on his toes as well.

Well what about our Calvins Tommy Genesis? You stole all of our thunder with yours :(

Color-mixing is a genuine skill. 2Chainz clearly has it, as this delicious Gucci ensemble worn during his Made in America performance shows. And the mismatched shoes are just...too good.

We don't even know what this is, but Kendrick Lamar and his fiancée were not messing around when rolling up to Beyoncé's birthday party. It was Soul Train themed, and these two did so well that it seems like they climbed out of a wormhole out of Studio 54 and into the here and now.

Speaking of Beyoncé. Remember that time we said the vintage band T-shirt was dead? Yeah...it's not. Whoops.

Be sure to check out last week's The Weekly Juice right here.

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