Nick Jonas sports Dubai-based designer Michael Cinco in 'Sucker' music video

The singer wore two looks by the Filipino star as the Jonas Brothers made a return to the charts

Nick Jonas wears Michael Cinco in the Jonas Brothers' 'Sucker' music video. YouTube
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In couture gowns, eclectic separates and glamorous accessories, the ladies of the Jonas Brothers' Sucker music video certainly made a sartorial statement. However, the outfits of Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas weren't the only ensembles worth noting.

In the music video for the siblings' first new single in six years, youngest brother Nick donned not one, but two looks from a designer who lives in the region.

The 26-year-old singer-songwriter, who wed actress Chopra in December, wore two head-turning pieces from Dubai-based label Michael Cinco, from the Filipino designer, in the decadent video, which has garnered just shy of 60 million views in 10 days.

Nick, who appears in the video with brothers Joe and Kevin, along with the trio's respective partners, sports a dashing, red velvet sleeveless blazer in the clip's opening.

The piece, which was paired with matching trousers, comes from Cinco's Impalpable Dream of Persia menswear collection, though the runway version featured full-length sleeves.

Nick's iteration was adorned with an embellished lapel pin and gold chains, with Philippines-born Cinco calling the finished effect "great styling".

The performer also wore a printed jacket from Cinco, whose atelier is based in Dubai Design District.

"Gorgeous singer Nick Jonas wears a crystallised Persian carpet-inspired long coat," the designer revealed on Instagram, sharing several stills from the video.

Jonas is not the first celebrity that couturier Cinco has dressed: his eponymous label has also been worn by star DJ Steve Aoki and actor James McAvoy in recent weeks.

The brand has also been seen on the likes of Allison Janney, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez.

Cinco, who launched his namesake label in 2003, studied at London’s prestigious Central Saint Martin’s College of Arts and Design.

The release of Sucker marks the Jonas Brothers' return to the music world, after the trio disbanded in 2013.

In the years that followed, Nick enjoyed solo success with singles such as Jealous, while Joe formed band DNCE, which is behind hit Cake by the Ocean.

Kevin, meanwhile, has welcomed two daughters with wife Danielle, and co-founded a real-estate development company.