NHL ALL-STAR RED CARPET FASHION FROM P.K. SUBBAN AND BRENT BURNS
Among the festivities for NHL All-Star weekend was the red carpet show, allowing the game’s top players to demonstrate their sartorial skills. The suiting styles of P.K. Subban and Brent Burns have often served as a fashion focal point. This time around, both players again snagged much of the attention.
Subban hit the red carpet dressed in a plaid jacket with black shawl collar, a crisp white shirt, black trousers, and a black tie. The design came from Sartorialto. The Canadian fashion house has created many of Subban’s looks outside the game. As For The Win reports:
“Sartorialto founder Mark Patrick Chevalier says that he and Subban worked on the look as soon as they found out the Montreal Canadiens’ star had been selected for the All-Star Game.
“We worked hard on the look, because it is a big event for P.K. It’s an honor to go and he should look like a all-star in Nashville,” Chevalier said.”
— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) January 30, 2016
Burns made waves on last year’s red carpet for his three-piece plaid suit. Yesterday’s wardrobe included a red and black printed jacket with red lapels, a red bow tie, and red boots. He toped off his ensemble with a wide brim black hat.
— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) January 30, 2016
Brent Burns gets the look exactly right. pic.twitter.com/5YqCk0tYze
— Stroumboulopoulos (@strombo) January 30, 2016