January 18, 2013 11:21 AM EST
One Direction Go OnePiece [PHOTOS & VIDEO]
The boys of One Direction are clearly staying for a while in the business. Despite saying no to a condom deal, the boys did however agree on the OnePiece collection from Norway. Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Zayn Malik promote the onesies with their unique handprints for OnePiece brand.
Onesies or jumpsuits have been extremely popular with celebrities across the globe. Miley Cyrus was one celebrity who had recently tweeted a photo of her in a jumpsuit for the Christmas season. Yet, given the cold weather in some parts of the world, jumpsuits remain to be pretty popular. Now, even the boys of One Direction are in on the love for onesies.
Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson recently did a shoot for Norway's jumpsuits specialty maker, OnePiece. The photos were unreleased then but now have been up on the website for pre-order for "Directioners." The jumpsuit has been named "Hands made by One Direction" which are a limited edition by OnePiece.
If fans may recall the hilarious video of the boys in jumpsuits and paint, this was the design session that took place in London late last year. The wait is finally over for One Direction fans that can't wait to have a jumpsuit of their own with Harry, Niall, Liam, Louis or Zayn's handprint.
Take a look at the design session video below.
As for other One Direction related news, the boys are currently in Tokyo for their tour. It is also said that the boys will start shooting scenes in Japan for their 3D film set to be directed by Morgan Spurlock. The film funded by TriStar is set to be released as early as August.
"Once they can crack that nut of having a true 3D experience where you don't have to have those glasses or sit at a certain angle, it will become a conversation again," explained Spurlock with regards to the upcoming 3D 1D film, adding, "These guys have gotten so huge in such a short amount of time - why? What makes them more special than any other people?"