Tommy Bahama has been working with Major League Baseball since 2009, developing uniquely designed, baseball-themed apparel. Most recently, the lifestyle brand created a limited-edition shirt to commemorate the 2013 MLB All-Star Game. Now the company has forayed into football. Tommy Bahama teamed up with the NFL on an officially licensed line of gridiron garb for male fans. The multi-year agreement begins with the release of two custom styles for select NFL teams.
Items fuse the company’s signature style with elements of each featured squad. Among the designs offered are the “NFL Full-Zip Jacket” and the “NFL Half-Zip Pullover.” The jacket ($295) includes embroidered team logos on the back and the inner collar, while piping adds additional color and contrast. The pullover ($148) features team logos at the back neck and left sleeve. Both fashions were designed in team hues.
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Tributes to Mariano Rivera were numerous this past season, as the New York Yankees closer capped off his historic baseball career. His farewell tour was filled with gifts from teams across the league and special collections of merchandise from retailers. New Era Caps is among the companies who offered a range of designs to honor Rivera, including hats with an embroidered Mariano Rivera logo patch.
Taking it one step further, the brand also developed 42, limited-edition 59FIFTY commemorative caps in honor of The Sandman. The headwear features a navy bill and white pinstripe top adorned with the Yankees logo and the Rivera patch. Additional design details include embroidered replicas of Rivera’s five World Series Wings on side of the cap, and a list of his stats on the interior. The cap comes packaged in a decorative box as well. There were … Read More »
The New York Knicks “Kid Reporters,” Ryan and Jaylah, caught up with the team during media day to discuss a hot topic in the off-court conversation: fashion. The Knicks typically rank among the NBA’s most stylish squads, with sartorial stars like Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Amar’e Stoudemire. Though team members have received praise for their fashion statements outside the game, those clothing choices have been matched by some questionable attire.
When the kids asked players to name the “worst piece of clothing you’ve ever seen a teammate wear,” most agreed upon Shumpert’s “skirt” or kilt and Stoudemire’s UGG boots. Tyson Chandler’s infamous New York Fashion Week ensemble is also highlighted among the greatest fashion faux pas for a teammate.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs are getting into the fashion game this season. Joffrey Lupul partnered with luxury men’s clothing store, Gotstyle, to create a style-centric initiative dubbed #LupulStyle. Fans can choose on Lupul’s wardrobe off-the-ice and for each vote cast, a donation is made to the True Patriot Love Foundation.
Following in his teammate’s fashionable footsteps, Leafs’ winger, David Clarkson, fronts the Winter issue of Men’s Fashion magazine. Shot by Christopher Wahl, the cover boy is dressed in a blue velvet suit from BOSS by Hugo Boss. This issue hits stands today and within the pages of the magazine, Clarkson discusses topics including his career goals and his family. When discussing NHL fashion, he explained:
“I think all of us are always in suits, anywhere you go you’re representing the Leafs and yourself so we do dress up quite a bit.”
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The Dallas Cowboys teamed up with Peace Love World earlier this season, to design a co-branded collection of apparel for female NFL fans. Now the Miami-based lifestyle brand has extended its efforts to the NBA. The company has created a line of Miami Heat inspired clothing and accessories, merging elements of sport and style.
This marks the second Heat collection for Peace Love World designer and Miami resident, Alina Villasante. With these co-branded lines, Villasante provides female fans with fashion-forward and on-trend team merchandise, to suit every style. Peace Love World is the perfect go-to option for a look that is game-day chic.
The “I Am Heat” collection includes an assortment of designs, inspired the the NBA champions. Among the featured pieces are the “Peace Love Heat” comfy sweater ($98), V-neck tee ($64), or pair of sweats ($108). Accessories include the “I Am Heat” baseball … Read More »
GQ magazine held the 2013 “Men of the Year” party last night, to celebrate the 18th installment of its annual awards issue. This year’s featured cover boys include Justin Timberlake, Matthew McConaughey, Kendrick Lamar, Will Ferrell, and the late James Gandolfini.
Editors, celebrities and musicians were joined by athletes, who are never too far from the fashion action. Sports stars from the court to the ice were present in all of their sartorial splendor. Below is a breakdown of sporting style at the GQ Magazine “Men of the Year” party:
This evening’s most colorful dresser was Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant, who paired his orange jacket and printed shirt, with cuffed jeans and dark green shoes. Durant spoke with GQ about his personal style and finding clothes to fit his large frame. He also posed with his teammate, Serge Ibaka, who was sharply dressed … Read More »
Esquire Network’s new original series, “How I Rock It,” profiles a range of athletes, musicians, celebrities, designers and influencers. The six-part series, hosted by former NBA player and fashion enthusiast, Baron Davis, explores the lifestyles of these individuals and sets out to prove that style comes in many varieties. Davis recently spoke with UPTOWN magazine about the new show. For the full interview, read on here.
“I would describe the show as taking a person and really getting to know them and why they are unique. It’s the uniqueness to the individual that makes them good at what they do. We want to push the bar as far as what we talk about when we talk about men and men’s style and give viewers great content that guys can connect with.”
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The 10th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards dinner brought out a range of fashion stars, celebrities and professional athletes. Last night, designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne of Public School, were named the winners of the 2013 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. For details on the awards dinner, visit here.
The New York-based menswear brand boasts sports clientele including New York Giants WR, Victor Cruz. Cruz attended the dinner to support the brand, dressed in Public School fashions. He posed with the winning design duo on the red carpet:
NBA stars also made their presence known at the event. New York Knicks teammates Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire were on-hand for the fashion festivities. An Armani-clad Anthony opted for an all-back ensemble, finished off with a pair of thick-rimmed specs. Amar’e hit the red carpet in a monocramatic gray … Read More »
It didn’t take long for Russell Westbrook to capture the fashion headlines once returning to the hardwood. His Zebra-printed jacket quickly dominated the NBA style conversation. Now the NBA baller and sartorial star is focusing on a new fashion endeavor. In his latest gig, the Oklahoma City Thunder guard will be modeling underwear for Kings & Jaxs. Westbrook joins the roster of athletes-turned-underwear-models, including the likes of David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafael Nadal and Michael Jordan.
TMZ first reported the news, explaining:
Russell inked a huge deal with Kings & Jaxs that will require him to not only model the undies, but will also give him creative and design input.
The company also announced the new partnership via twitter:
We are proud to partner up with NBA Mega Star @russwest44 . We are taking high fashion to another level. http://t.co/7ne9Ob4XKR
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Chicago Blackhawks Patrick Sharp and Patrick Kane team up to cover the November issue of Michigan Avenue Magazine. After their second Stanley Cup championship in the last four years, the hockey stars discuss both Cup victories, playing in Chicago, and their friendship. For the full interview, read on here. When talking about their relationship, here’s what the teammates had to say:
How would you describe your relationship?
PK: I’ve always felt like Sharpie has been a big brother to me, especially coming in as such a young kid [like I did]. He’s a guy who’s always messing around and having a good time, and one thing people probably don’t know is how serious he is about the game. When you see someone like that who has as much expertise as he has taking it so seriously, it makes you want … Read More »