New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony graces the cover of The Wall Street Journal, for their April 2013 ‘MVP style’ issue. A friend of mine excitedly let me know that her Husband(Carmelo Anthony) was on the cover of Wall Street Journal, so she should be happy to see this post.In his feature, (which focuses on Carmelo’s 3rd season with the New York Knicks) the All-star forward discusses a range of topics on and off the court with WSJ’s Jason Gay.From his personal life, to the emergence of his New York Knicks team this season. Transitioning into fashion, as WSJ speaks on the impact of the NBA dress code, and elaborates on the evolution of Carmelo’s personal style. Check out photos from Melo’s cover feature(by Terry Richardson), as he displays his off court style. Click to read full article, great read.
“Athletes have become more in tune to the fashion world,” he says. Marcus Wainwright of Rag & Bone, who worked with Anthony on a custom tuxedo for the 2012 Met Costume Institute Gala, says the player has a “real sense of personal style and the confidence that goes with that.”
Melo models some of his Nike Jordan athletic wear. Nike Jordan Melo Redman Face T-shirt ($36), Nike Jordan sweatpants ($60), Nike Jordan M-9 shoes ($140)
Suave! I’m loving the one-button shawl collar blazer, pairing it with a simple white Henley allows his jacket to standout. Salvatore Ferragamo blazer ($2,150), BOSS henley ($45), Giorgio Armani pants ($725)
Clean casual look, Kahki makes a great complement to camouflage print. Ralph Lauren Black Label leather jacket ($2,995, saks.com) and T-shirt ($85, saks.com), IWC Big Pilot’s watch ($15,400, iwc.com), Anthony’s own pants.