Harry Styles and his lovely girlfriend, actress Olivia Wilde can be seen taking in the sights and sounds of the ‘City that Never Sleeps’, beautiful New York, New York! The darling couple was in for a relaxing day in between one of Harry’s shows. Styles looks urban chic with a roughened sweatshirt jacket and a pair of matching joggers. Whereas Olivia can be seen wearing a lovely striped top and a simple yet elegant pair of khaki pants. Photos which original credit given to @endilarad can be seen below.
In other news, the pop-listening public is fallen in love with the sounds of Harry’s House as the former One Direction star and pop sensation has landed hit after hit since the album came out earlier this year. One amateur reviewer would proclaim: “Harry’s House music collection starts with a shining start with the Music For A Sushi Restaurant that can make a music listener easily imagine the music narrator enjoying a moment of love and romantic date with their love interest in the type of setting that the song describes. A multiple number of other songs. A music listener can easily be metaphorically transported into a music treasure chest of other earthly and pleasant emotions listening to multiple other hypnotizing songs on Harry’s House; Daylight, Late Night Talking, Cinema, Love Of My Life, and more.”
Whereas another would state: “My 10-year-old and I love Harry Styles and have all of his albums. Fine Line is still my favorite album of his, but this is an awesome album too – it has a lot of funky 70s beats, as well as a Phil Spector wall of sound, feel to some of the songs. Harry’s voice is excellent, great for slow and fast songs. “As It Was” is my favorite, but I also love “Music for a Sushi Restaurant,” “Late Night Talking,” “Love of My Life,” and “Keep Driving.” The only song that I don’t like is “Boyfriends.” If you’re a Harry fan, you’ll love it. Even my mom who had no idea who he was liked a lot of the songs when we listened to it as we drove to the beach- she said they had a 70s feel. Harry has come into his own and you can tell he loves the music he makes now as a solo artist.”