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MALCOLM JENKINS COVERS CAPITAL STYLE MAGAZINE’S MEN’S ISSUE

Posted on July 24th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG. No Comments

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 … Read More »



PHILADELPHIA EAGLES CHEERLEADERS TO DEBUT VERA WANG DESIGNED UNIFORMS

Posted on September 13th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG. No Comments

This season, the NFL has put the spotlight on high-fashion football designs for female fans, and the league’s cheerleaders will follow suit. It was first announced that Alex and Ani partnered with the New York Patriots, to become the official title sponsor of the Patriots Cheerleaders. As part of the deal, the Patriots Cheerleaders will be sporting the Alex and Ani logo on all of their warmup suits and select uniforms, and wear exclusive bangle sets representing the team’s colors. Now the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders are set to debut newly-designed, signature uniforms from Vera Wang.

Wang is known for her iconic wedding designs, but she’s also had a hand in developing athletic fashions. A former figure skater herself, she has created outfits for Olympic skaters including Nancy Kerrigan and Evan Lysacek. Her sports-inspired design efforts also extend to the NFL. The Eagles Cheerleaders first introduced … Read More »



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