This season, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York happened alongside NBA All-Star Weekend, and the relationship between sports and style grew even deeper. Not only did athletes maintain their status as front row fixtures, but many took the opportunity to launch their own collaborations and campaigns, host events, and rub elbows with the fashion industry elite.
NBA players in particular capitalized on their time in the Big Apple. Many of the league’s All-Star activities took on a fashion focus, including the first ever NBA All-Star All-Style fashion show. For a recap of the event, visit here. Below A Glam Slam offers a look at athletes across the sports spectrum, who made their presence known throughout fashion week:
It has become commonplace to see Anna Wintour flanked by an athlete in show front rows. This time, New York Giants wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., snagged the coveted spot next to the … Read More »
The month of September marks a major overlap in fashion and sports, as Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and the US Open happen simultaneously. Athletes are seated in show front rows and fashion industry players check out the on-court action. Vogue magazine editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, split her time between Roger Federer’s box and the Spring/Summer ’15 fashion presentations. This season brought out athletes across sports, including Fashion Week rookies and style veterans. Below A Glam Slam recaps the sports pros who hit the Fashion Week circuit:
WNBA star, Skylar Diggins, was a front row fixture at the Richard Chai LOVE & Men’s show as well as Argyleculture By Russell Simmons. She shared the fashion snaps below:
Fresh off of her US Open win, Serena Williams held her first Fashion Week presentation. As part of Style 360, she showcased the Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection from HSN. The fashions on display … Read More »