The Best Style Moments Of The 2015 All-Star Weekend


This year’s All-Star Weekend had more of a focus on player fashion than ever before. Taking place at the tail-end of New York Fashion Week, the festivities now included LeBron James’ first-ever NBA fashion show. The extra attention left no room for slacking sartorially, and NBA players rose to the challenge. Here are our favourite looks from behind the scenes.

A long way from Atlanta’s sunny climes, Al Horford pitched on a thick nordic sweater with a shawl collar. The All-Star forward didn’t even break a sweat on media day.

Kyrie Irving rocked a herringbone jacket pulled over his plain white button-up during media day for a tonal play on textures.

Probably fresh off some New York Fashion Week event, Russell Westbrook traded in his typical uniform for a more minimal black-on-black ensemble—complete with a knee-length shirt and matching fiancee, Nina Earl. He’d go on to take home All-Star MVP.


Dwyane Wade brought a little of Miami with him in the form of a floral-print button-up shirt worn under a seasonable long coat.


Zach LaVine had us impressed even before he stepped onto the court to win the All-Star Dunk Contest. He wore a street casual black and white uniform composed of a paisley jacket and textured beanie.


The Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler isn’t afraid to make a statement. He wore what looks like an ombre chambray shirt underneath a matching printed jacket.


Rookie Andrew Wiggins arrived looking like the King in the North wearing a double-breasted wool coat sporting lapels trimmed in fur. He participated in the Rising Stars Challenge and three-point shootout contests.


Carmelo Anthony got into the New York spirit looking like a 50s gangster. He wore a black coat, grey scarf and a medium-brimmed fedora. The man’s never met a hat he didn’t like.


Chris Paul arrived on the scene in his trademark college prep look, wearing an argyle sweater and matching grey trousers.


Kyle Lowry’s first trip to All-Star Weekend saw him wearing a comparatively subtle outfit with plenty of texture—a ribbed wool sweater supported by a pair of motorcycle denim.


The lack of necktie was conspicuous on Chris Bosh, who recently founded his own men’s accessories brand, Mr. Nice Tie. Instead, he let a textured white sportscoat do the talking, worn over muted black-on-black layers.


Full-time New York Knicks superfan (and sometimes film director) Spike Lee proceeded to his usual courtside seats wearing his signature Knicks orange hat and a sharply-tailored navy suit. The Mars necklace belonged to a character in one of his films.


Nicki Minaj showed up wearing a revealing knit dress to the festivities. She took to the stage during this year’s halftime show as a surprise guest to perform a collab single, “Bang Bang,” alongside Ariana Grande.


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