Found October 25, 2011 on
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Monday night in New York at Pisco Porton Lounge, Gotham magazine presented the launch of LACOSTE XL. New York, fashion and an XL line… you know that means some of your favorite jocks were in attendance.
The event was hosted by New York Yankee, C.C. Sabathia, New York Jet, Nick Mangold, New York Giant, Osi Umenyiora and Golden State Warrior, David Lee. The new line is the classic brand’s “big and tall” line for the gentleman with an extended sizing lifestyle.Those are my words, not theirs.
Also on hand, New York Giants players Travis Beckum, Andre Brown, Ramses Darden and Prince Amukamara. Jason Bell, Antonio Pierce, Houston Rockets Marqus Blakely and Hasheem Thabeet, Basketball Wives Miami star, Jennifer Williams and more.
Photos via WireImage
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General manager Brian Cashman will chair meetings of Yankees brass that will include president...
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