Usher looks the epitome of cool as he arrives at Paris Fashion Week with a bold orange buzz cut 

Usher looks the epitome of cool in a stylish navy bomber jacket as he arrives at Paris Fashion Week with a bold orange buzz cut

Usher certainly was the epitome of cool on Tuesday as he arrived at the mens fall/winter Paris Fashion Week in France

The singer, 44, who’s real name is Usher Raymond IV, made quite the entrance as he rocked an eye catching orange buzz cut at the star studded event. 

The hitmaker cut a stylish figure in a navy bomber jacket with crisp white sleeves and had the words ‘ascend’ printed down the front. 

Looking good: Usher certainly was the epitome of cool on Tuesday as he arrived at the mens fall/winter Paris Fashion Week in France

Looking good: Usher certainly was the epitome of cool on Tuesday as he arrived at the mens fall/winter Paris Fashion Week in France

He opted for a green and blue zip up beneath the bold jacket and teamed it with black wide legged trousers.  

The Yeah! star kept casual in a pair of black trainers while hiding behind a pair of black and green sunglasses. 

It comes after Usher concluded his Las Vegas residency in October.

Bold: The singer, 44, who's real name is Usher Raymond IV, made quite the entrance as he rocked an eye catching orange buzz cut at the star studded event

Bold: The singer, 44, who’s real name is Usher Raymond IV, made quite the entrance as he rocked an eye catching orange buzz cut at the star studded event

Stylish: The hitmaker cut a stylish figure in a navy bomber jacket with crisp white sleeves and had the words 'ascend' printed down the front

Stylish: The hitmaker cut a stylish figure in a navy bomber jacket with crisp white sleeves and had the words ‘ascend’ printed down the front

He will be continuing his My Way performances from February 24 to July 15.

Last month, Usher took to Instagram to dedicate a heartfelt tribute to his late grandmother who passed away at the age of 87. 

The singer shared a gallery of snaps and a video with his grandmother Ernestine Carter, who died on December 24 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

In a lengthy post, the Grammy Award–winning artist wrote, ‘I love [you] more’ and said that was something she often used to say to him.

Cool: He opted for a green and blue zip up beneath the bold jacket and teamed it with black wide legged trousers

Cool: He opted for a green and blue zip up beneath the bold jacket and teamed it with black wide legged trousers

‘It’s taken me a few days to come to grips with the fact that my Grandma Tina is no longer with me,’ the My Boo singer wrote. ‘I’m praying for clarity and strength for all whom relied on her.’

‘Her daily devotion was to help those in need and she did just that. It was her life’s work. She was truly a prayer warrior for me and so many others. I feel a bit lost right now.’

He added, ‘Part of me is trying to be strong, for others…’

All smiles: The Yeah! star kept casual in a pair of black trainers while hiding behind a pair of black and green sunglasses

All smiles: The Yeah! star kept casual in a pair of black trainers while hiding behind a pair of black and green sunglasses

Coordinated: Usher was joined by a female who cut a chic figure in black knee high boots, skinny jeans and a large padded white jacket

Coordinated: Usher was joined by a female who cut a chic figure in black knee high boots, skinny jeans and a large padded white jacket

‘Her belief was that God always has a plan… I’m trying to understand that right now,’ he continued. ‘The other half of me continues to break silently.’

The Burn singer shared that they were just laughing together days ago: ‘We were just laughing days ago… I really thought we had more time.’

‘When I was lost, she was always there when I called on her, no matter the hour or how long it took,’ he wrote.

Exciting: It comes after Usher concluded his Las Vegas residency in October and will will be continuing his My Way performances from February 24 to July 15

Exciting: It comes after Usher concluded his Las Vegas residency in October and will will be continuing his My Way performances from February 24 to July 15

‘When I needed the perfect Bible verse to suit the reality of what I was facing at the time…she provided it.’

In his post, the father-of-four wrote: ‘Her last words to me were, “There’s a time for everything son… There’s a time to laugh, a time to cry… There’s a time to live and a time to die.’

‘I need you right now more than ever Grandma. Just to hear you one more time. Missing you. I celebrate you and your life!!’

He included a message that had been shared with him: ‘”Keep in mind that it’s only sad [because] we miss them and that’s us being selfish and rightfully so but it’s really a congratulatory celebration because they’re at the ultimate place forever!” I believe that… She will be missed very much.’

She was preceded in death by her husband Usher Raymond Jr. and her son Usher Raymond III.

She is survived by her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, including Usher and his three sons — Usher Raymond V, 15; Naviyd, 14; and Sire, one — and his daughter Sovereign, two.

'I love you more': Last month, Usher took to Instagram to dedicate a heartfelt tribute to his late grandmother who passed away at the age of 87

‘I love you more’: Last month, Usher took to Instagram to dedicate a heartfelt tribute to his late grandmother who passed away at the age of 87

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