Found April 23, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Carmelo Anthony seems to be jack of all traits lately. After showing off his boxing skills in his new Degree deodorant commercial, it appears Anthony is ready to add another talent to his resume. In addition to being the 2013 leading scorer and all-star player, Anthony is now adding co-founder, publisher and columnist to his list of achievements, as he prepares to start his new journey with Haute Time magazine- a new media outlet which covers luxury watches. “Whether you’re at the start of your journey or you’re already a collector, Haute Time will get your heart racing,” Anthony said in a press release.” With the success of his Instagram account, which often features images of his family, the Ravens, the Knicks, and of course watches, Anthony has been able to connect with his followers as he features his “Watch of the Day” images.  Now with the launch of his new column he will be able to give fans an in-depth look while discussing new watches, current trends, and styles. Haute Time magazine will be launching at biggest watch show of the year, Basel World in Switzerland this month, April 25th. Congratulations!
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