Posted on July 24th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG.


Malcolm Jenkins fronts Capital Style magazine’s July/August Men’s Issue. The Philadelphia Eagles safety is among the NFL players who are well-versed in fashion. While playing with the New Orleans Saints, he created Rock Avenue Bow Ties. The brand offers a range of bow ties and pocket squares and aims educate the masses about the art of tying a bow tie. 

The Capital Style cover has him donning his signature accessory. Jenkins is dressed in a custom jacket and pants from Q Clothier, a custom shirt from Astor & Black, a Rock Avenue Bow Ties pocket square, and a Rock Avenue Bow ties prototype bow tie.


Inside the publication, Jenkins is among three Columbus athletes highlighted for their style outside the game. In addition to the former Ohio State football player, the featured sports pros include Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman, James Wisniewski and Columbus Crew midfielder, Wil Trapp.

Each athlete revealed a range of fashion-centric facts including their personal style, favorite places to shop, favorite designers, biggest splurges, and teammates in need of sartorial advice. Below are a few excerpts. For the full piece, visit

Malcom Jenkins:

Describe your style: I think style is simply what you think you look good in. But if I had to put a label on it, I would say preppy street.

Go-to look: Collared shirt, jeans and a bow tie.

Biggest style splurge: The thing I spend the most money on is custom blazers.

James Wisniewski:

Describe your style: Kind of sleek. My motto’s, “Look good, feel good, play good.” I want to dress the part, look professional.

Which teammate needs your advice? Ryan Murray. We were shopping in Washington, D.C. And this is not his fault—when you’re a young guy, a rookie, you save your money. (But) his shoes were scuffed up, and I was like, “Man, you can’t wear those.” So I spent $250 on a nice pair of black shoes and went to his door and was like, “Here man.” I love the kid.

Wil Trapp:

Describe your style: I would say I like to be comfortable. Not a lot of colors—pretty minimalist. Except for the socks. I like to go crazy with the socks.

Fashion mantra: I like to get things that last—it’s a quality over quantity thing.

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