Suave Alert: Four Looks From Russell Westbrook During New York Fashion Week

Many know Russell Westbrook as Mr. Triple-Double, the man that can take over any and every aspect of a basketball game by himself. Others know him as an international fashion icon, a man that can get away with wearing almost anything in the name of fashion. New York’s Fashion Week displayed just how he can make anything into fashion. 

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This was probably the most outlandish outfit Westbrook could muster up during the past week. Obviously, he’s wearing a Gucci shirt and Gucci Ace shoes, but the elephant in the room was the pink pants he was wearing and the style he was wearing them. Suave Report likes the look. It’s abstract and something Russ didn’t just pull out of the closet.




Screen Shot 2017-09-15 at 10.00.31 AMThis is Suave Report’s personal favorite outfit of the week. The denim-on-denim look is always a go to when you don’t know what to wear but have to be stylish. Plus, everything always looks better with jean jackets.

The denim look is Calvin Klein and coincidentally, Russ was headed to the Calvin Klein fashion show.

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People talk about Russell’s fashion, but we don’t fully appreciate the dazzling outfits Mrs. Westbrook continues to sport. Both of them rocked fits by Public School and boy, did they.

Screen Shot 2017-09-15 at 11.14.25 AMLet us round everything out with Russell’s dapper look of the week. This was his outfit on the first night of NYFW. He pulled out the big guns with this to start everything off right. A Tom Ford suit was only appropriate for a Tom Ford fashion show.




New York Fashion Week allows Westbrook to shine in his other area of expertise. Although many are critical of what he wears, you can’t knock his creative mind. With Thunder media day in 10 days and training camp in 11, this was his last big off-season bang before the season starts. And oh yeah, he signed a 10 year deal with Jordan Brand. The richest contract in Jordan Brand history. 

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