Here is some unsurprising news: LeBron James, famous dresser, was very well dressed on the sidelines of the Lakers-Magic game last night. What has been Surprisingly, its cut’s central cog – a jaw-dropping tie-dye work jacket – wasn’t an expensive holy grail from any of LeBron’s favorite high-end brands, like Rhude or Thom Browne. Instead, on Monday night, the King himself stepped out wearing a jacket straight from Macy’s rack.
That’s right, Macy’s. The historic department store and sponsor of the parade. A place you may not have known for a while. Here’s a little secret, a secret LeBron – as usual – discovered before most others: Macy’s has some really good stuff now!
The excellent tie-dye jacket in question is a collaboration between the venerable chain’s INC line and designer Allen Onyia, and is part of a larger project called “Icons of Style” involving five ultra-black designers. elegant. Many pieces in this series, especially the vintage-inspired gaskets from Brooklyn Circus founder Ouigi Theodore, point to a new direction for Macy’s: thoughtful, easy to wear, still totally affordable. And even outside of their collaborative efforts, Macy’s (under the fashion direction of GQ alum Matt Sebra!) is showing signs of life: The INC recently ditched a pair of legitimately ill snakeskin moccasins, just in time to dress up to dominate the dance floor at every post-vax wedding this summer.
This is by no means a general approval of all Macy’s, but LeBron’s jacket is proof that you can make many unexpected additions to your wardrobe at legitimately low prices. And if you’re looking to follow in LeBron’s footsteps, you better hurry: his jacket is on sale right now for a whopping 30% off, with a paltry $ 105.
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