In reference to the Fab Five’s shorts:
It’s been twenty years since Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Ray King, and Jimmy Jackson abused teams in Ann Arbor, but their impact on basketball style remains. Michael Jordan was the first to rock long shorts, but it was the Fab Five that took the look to the knee and beyond. Along with their black socks and take no shorts attitude, the Fab Five ushered in a brash new era in basketball.
To this day, I still only wear black socks and sneakers. Even off the court.
Link: The 25 Most Iconic Fashion Pieces in Sports History
LRG got together with these gents to create this little video for their Spring ’11 line. Anything you see in this video is also available here.
American Psyhco is easily one of my favorite movies, and Complex threw this together on Friday for everyone who wants to dress like Patrick Bateman. Or Scott Disick.
This was my favorite movie when I was a kid. I, like, am Jack Skellington….
After creating a tee for the Syzoo + !llmind album in August, Rocksmith has acquired the license to do all Wu-Tang inspired clothing:
The Wu-Tang brand, in association with Rocksmith, present a special collaborative collection for the Holiday season. November will see select retailers across the United States premiere the Wu-Tang Limited capsule collection, designed and produced by Rocksmith. The Wu-Tang Brand has influenced generations as one of the most renowned global entities in music and lifestyle. This premiere collection illustrates the vivid history of the Wu as curated by Wu-Tang executive producer Oliver “Power” Grant.
Shout out to Power…..
They’ dress code is back. Shout out to Frass for taking “Rosewood” to work with me lol….
Face it, bad guys are usually way cooler than good guys; starting with their style. Complex took some time to highlight that with this list, which is sure to inspire the trend-whores out there *sarcasm*.
LOL at some of the people on this list…