Posted on February 17th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG.


The NBA’s stars gathered in New Orleans for All-Star Weekend 2014, where the festivities centered around fashion as much as basketball. The league’s top players have a flair for the dramatic on-court, with sartorial skills off-court to match. A colorful range of All-Star kicks and socks were introduced, and fans saw them in action throughout the weekend. For a closer look at the shoe styles, visit here.

Stylists and custom tailors were present as well, to help perfect innovative looks for their clients. The weekend even featured an “All-Star Style Suite,” where stylists Calyann Barnett, Khalilah Beavers, Courtney Mays and Brandon Williams of WWB Lifestyle Agency, were on-hand to offer the latest in style trends, advice and services. Beavers, who works with Carmelo Anthony, likened All-Star Weekend to the “Fashion Week of the NBA,” and A Glam Slam recapped the runway-ready styles:

Damian Lilliard’s bold, red three-piece suit was designed by custom clothiers, ALBA Legacy.

(photo via @damianlillard)

Blake Griffin also sported All-Star reds, wearing a monocramatic ensemble.

(photo via @bgfanpage_)

Carmelo Anthony was casually clad in attire from the Carlos Campos Fall 2014 collection, while Steve Smith was dressed in Hideoki Bespoke.

 (photo via @carloscamposdesigner) 

Carmelo debuted a more formal ensemble as well, from the Carlos Campos Fall 2014 line. He finished off the look with Del Toro footwear.

(photo via @kwebimageinc)

Chris Bosh’s All-Star wardrobe included a light gray suit with a double-breasted jacket from Waraire Boswell, a matching shirt, and a black striped tie.

(photo via @chrisbosh)

His game day look featured a tailored navy jacket, crisp white shirt, camouflage pants, and an extra large Birkin bag.

 (photo via @chrisbosh)

James Harden and Kevin Durant each have a distinct sense of style as evident below. Harden’s vibrant, patterned silk shirt from Versace was a sharp contrast to Durant’s muted hues, yet both players accessorized with a thick gold chain.

(photo via @easymoneysniper

Harden’s all-black game day wear was tame in comparison to his previous clothing choices throughout the weekend.

(photo via @jharden13)

 Durant showcased two gray suiting styles, each designed by Phenom247 Clothing.

 (photo via @easymoneysniper)

(photo via @phenom247clothing)

Anthony Davis headed to the All-Star game in a camel colored suit with contrasting lapels and a floral printed shirt, with additional pops of color from his tie and pocket square. He opted for casual footwear, wearing the ‘Olive’ Air Jordan 9 sneakers.

(photo via @SoleCollector)

The GQ magazine All-Star bash had Davis continuing to add flair to his fashions. He was styled in bold green pants, a plaid jacket and a pair of thick rimmed glasses.

(photo via GQ.com)

LeBron James was tapped as GQ magazine’s March cover boy, and the upcoming issue celebrates NBA style. Three of the league’s fashion stars posed together at the event. Griffin, whose style is more understated than his competitors, was sharply dressed in a camel and black color scheme. LeBron made a strong statement in a green, paisley printed jacket from Waraire Boswell and a black bow tie. Wade chose a black, three-piece tux and accessorized with pieces from his collection for The Tie Bar.

(photo via GQ.com)

Paul George caused a fashion frenzy among fans when he stepped out in this ensemble from Phenom247 Clothing, highlighted by his custom, embellished leather jacket.

(photo via @Pacers)

George’s post-game wardrobe is full of colorful, printed shirts, similar to this red and white polka-dot style he wore during All-Star Weekend.

(photo via si.com)

Andre Drummond and Jared Sullinger were both dressed in fashions from ALBA Legacy. A unique mix of patterns and colors for Drummond was met by a simple, classic suit from Sullinger.

(photo via @albalegacy)

Victor Oladipo was styled in ALBA Legacy as well, dressed in red pants, blue suspenders and an enviable coat.

 (photo via @albalegacy)

Tim Hardaway Jr. mixed patterns like a pro with a his brown check shirt and three-piece suit.

 (photo via @nbaontbt)

Joe Johnson posed for NBA TV looking comfortable and cool in colored trousers, a black zip-up sweater with leather patches, and a “BKNY” baseball cap.

(via @NBATV)

Gary Payton chose denim, pink and plaid for his appearance on the All-Star red carpet.

Not to be outdone by the players, Craig Sager continued to bring his infamous and outlandish clothing to the court. His All-Star Game jacket was a standout and a piece that Sager explained was made in Miami and actually meant to be drapes. Throughout the weekend he also mixed loud colors and unexpected patterns, which are qualities we have come to associate with his fashion.
(photo via @DarnellMayberry)
(photo via @Steve_OS)

(photo via @matt_winer)

James Goldstein, NBA superfan and style maven, has a fashion sense marked by a flair for the dramatic.

 (photo via @nbatv)

Dwyane Wade’s mini-me’s inherited his style and swagger. The boys were dressed in custom, animal print fashions from Jonathan A. Logan.

(photo via @lawfullady)

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