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A Glam Slam:
Baron Davis is among the many NBA stars with a vested interest world of fashion. In his latest fashion endeavor, Davis has been tapped to host a new style series on Esquire Network, beginning this Summer. The half-hour show, with a working title of “How I Rock It,” comes from Ryan Seacrest Prods. and Citizen Jones. Davis’ sartorial expertise will be put to the test. According to Deadline.com:
“Davis profiles athletes, musicians, celebrities, designers, influencers and street-style icons whose careers, lives and lifestyles are setting a stylish new standard for today’s modern man.”
Davis’ style sense has also recently been recognized by Tory Burch. The NBA baller has supported the designer, attending past events such as the Tory Burch Madison Avenue Flagship opening. Burch spotlights Davis on “The Tory Blog,” where the two discuss music, basketball and fashion. Below are a few excerpts. For the full interview, read on here.
Favorite places to shop…
I guarantee you this — I can find something to buy in any store.
How would you describe your style?
I like time periods more than a particular style, like the Twenties, Sixties and Seventies.
Who are your style icons? I’m noticing a wall of your favorite musicians here….
Michael Jackson, I would say, when he was young. Anyone on my wall — Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Miles Davis. These are my fashion icons… except for Rick James. That’s a good in-house outfit. Can you imagine if you walked in and your man was dressed like that?
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