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Lebron James Style Icon?

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Lebron James has amassed quite the accreditation of being the World's Best Dressed Player. Thoughts on his style/ satorialism/ stickpin?
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there are alot of ball players who dress better than Lebrons stylist.
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there are alot of ball players who dress better than Lebrons stylist.

for example?
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Lebron James has amassed quite the accreditation of being the World's Best Dressed Player. Thoughts on his style/ satorialism/ stickpin?

WTF is a custom-made designer shoe?
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I recall hearing where it turned his act around practically overnight. I suspect he just hired someone. EDIT:
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WTF is a custom-made designer shoe?
Lobbs?
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WTF is a custom-made designer shoe?
Cleverley? G&G?
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Completely agreed... there is no way he personally could make that transformation. What's with the stickpin?
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I wouldn't be surprised if his style/stylist was contrived by the people who handle his money. It certainly has brought his name up in many more conversations.
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for example?

Chris Paul would be number one followed by Deron Williams
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That tie... I do not like.
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Out of the the guys that go for the Jay Z fresh hip hop billionaire look, I think LeBron consistently looks the best. Better than dwyane wade, chris paul, dwight howard, etc.

Kobe is very off and on. I've seen pics of him in ridiculous looking suits and there was that Rick Owens fashion spread, but I've also seen him before away games turned out very well in casual gear. He wears a lot of high end designer stuff (Dior, Tom Ford, etc) but in a more sophisticated way than the above guys.
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I'm not a Lebron fan. I don't like the "style" with which he ditched the Cavaliers and moved to Miami. As such, I do not wish to embrace any aspect of his style.
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I'm not a Lebron fan. I don't like the "style" with which he ditched the Cavaliers and moved to Miami. As such, I do not wish to embrace any aspect of his style.

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Style icon? Ehh...sure...why not....I mean, compared to how most NBA players (and athletes in general) dress, I would say he stands out as one of the better dressed guys. Most of the NBA players really need to size down or find slimmer fitting suits.
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