BOBCATS’ GERALD HENDERSON TALKS STYLE WITH CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE
The 2013-2014 NBA season is officially underway and players across the league continue to make waves on the fashion front. Competition extends off-the-court, as the game’s stars aim to top the sartorial leaderboard. Charlotte Bobcats guard, Gerald Henderson, is featured in the November issue of Charlotte Magazine. Within the piece, dubbed “Staying In Style,” Henderson discusses re-signing with the Bobcats, his interests outside the game, and his personal style. Below are a few style-centric excerpts and for the full interview, read on here.
VB: You play basketball all over the country. Do you consider Charlotte a stylish place?
GH: Charlotte’s got its own style. You go to different cities and you see some outlandish things. I think Charlotte’s more like the style that I am: simple. It’s a little more conservative down south. People don’t dress outside of the box as much here. Even the young crowd, I feel like they keep it simple.
VB: Who has most influenced your personal style?
GH: My mom and my sister are very fashionable women. They wear a lot of black. I think they’ve influenced me. I’ll wear colors, but I don’t get crazy. I’m usually not going to wear hot pink.
Check out his fashion shots below, where he’s styled in designs from the likes of Brooks Brothers and Abbeydale.
(photos via charlottemagazine.com)
When discussing his best-dressed teammates, Henderson cited both Kemba Walker and Ben Gordon. Click below to watch a behind-the-scenes interview during Henderson’s photo shoot, from Bobcats.com: