NBA FASHION: SARTORIAL STYLES FOR THE 2015-2106 SEASON OPENERS


Posted on November 8th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG.

NBA FASHION: SARTORIAL STYLES FOR THE 2015-2106 SEASON OPENERS

The 2015-2016 NBA season has tipped off and the league’s stars have presented fans with a first look at this year’s style game. Players have brought out all the stops for their first fashion appearances of the season. A Glam Slam offers an early look at the off-court style statements from across the league:

Bloomberg Pursuits devoted a cover story to Russell Westbrook and his impact on the fashion world. He arrived for his first game of the season in all of his sartorial splendor, pairing a red and white striped tunic with an embellished leather jacket.

@russwest44…is that you? #NBAStyle

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DeAndre Jordan topped off his denim-on-denim digs with a wide brimmed black hat.

Color was key for Chris Paul, who paired a printed sweater with kicks in matching hues. Headwear is often among his signature accessories and he topped of his look with a fedora.

Game 2 #TACKMA

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Lance Stephenson was the latest NBA player to don the Dior Homme “Scribble Shirt.” James Harden was seen sporting the same style during last year’s post-season.

The Golden State Warriors brought their fashion A-game to the season opener, with styles to complement their new championship bling.

Bradley Beal added a thick gold chain to balance out his all-black ensemble.

Nino

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Chandler Parsons’ sideline style had him dressed in a sleek blue suit and a crisp white shirt, paired with footwear from his new capsule collection with Del Toro Shoes.

https://instagram.com/p/9bWb-Vg1AU/?taken-by=deltoroshoes

Mike Conley continues to pull off gameday looks that are casual yet perfectly polished.

D’Angelo Russell’s bow tie + shades + gold glitter backpack = NBA style at its finest.

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