During this past All-Star Weekend in New York, my friend and colleague Terrence Watson produced a segment for Revolt TV. He took eventual Slam Dunk Champ Zach LaVine for a day around New York before All-Star Saturday night. They went to brunch at Seoul Chicken, got a hair cut, hung out with ASAP Ferg and ASAP Twelvy, and checked out kicks at Nike Lab. And of course no trip to New York is complete without shopping with yours truly. For this segment we picked Blue and Cream on Bowery since they have a lot of designers that appeal to Zach's style - and that actually fit him well. Check out the segment below and please share!
As we are now in full-on holiday season mode, it's time to check out what certain influencers are looking to land during the most wonderful time of the year. A jack of many trades, Megan Ann Wilson, aka @shegotgame, has styled some of your favorite athletes, worked alongside some of your ...
I wrote about how the sneaker industry and footwear culture in general needs to be more inclusive to women for Complex Sneakers. Special thanks to Sophia Chang, Jazerai Lord of KicksOnFire.com and Susan from Rime Bklyn for sharing their thoughts. Let me know what you think and hopefully we can keep the discussion going.
This week I teamed up with Morgan P. Campbell of Toronto Star to help teach him all about athletic cut denim from brands like Bauer. Check out the "intervention" video and the accompanying article at the link below. Thanks to Philistine for letting me pull some last minute wardrobe to complete the shoot. PS. I'm wearing my own ALEXANDER WANG dress with Opening Ceremony boots and make-up by Sephora.
Oh hey, I'm writing again! Here's my first post for He Suits, He Scores, a blog I'm working with launched by Aliya-Jasmine Sovani. Since everyone asks me exactly what I do for a living - I figured it's a good first place to start!