Originally written October 29, 2012 on A Glam Slam:
Italian menswear brand, Eredi Pisano, celebrated fashion off-the-field with the help of the New York Giants. Hosted by Giants cornerback, Justin Tryon, the brand introduced “Why Personal Style off the Football Field Matters.” The league has always had its style standouts but now football players across the board are making continued efforts to improve their fashion game. The clothing company specializes in fine garments as well as made-to-measure suits. The latter is often the choice of professional athletes, who have difficultly finding apparel that compliments their larger frames. Eredi Pisano often aligns with sportsmen; they outfitted NFL and collegiate football stars, including Tryon, for a fashion show during NFL Draft Week back in April. According to the NY Daily News: Eredi Pisano enlisted the footballer for its ad campaign, dressing him in suits instead of pads. “It’s something I fell in love with,” Tryon told Confidenti@l at an in-store celebration with fellow Giants. Tryon was joined by his Big Blue teammates including Prince Amukmara, Ramses Barden, Stevie Brown, Keith Rivers and Michael Coe, who dressed up for the event. Check out the photos below: (photos courtesy of thewelldressedman.net, @BelovedPhotos)
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