Russell Westbrook's New Clothing Line Proves He Should Stick To Basketball
Judging from the colorful array of outfits we've seen over the years, there's no doubt Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook considers himself a fashionista.
And since his performance on the basketball court has been otherworldly at times, who would dare tell the former UCLA Bruin he has no business in the fashion world?
That being said, Westbrook's fashion sense has been more than questionable at times.
In 2014, Westbrook showed off a hoodie inspired by the Many-Faced God.
THE WACKY SHIRTS ARE BACK!!!!! #Russwag RT @BenGolliver: Russell Westbrook's latest pic.twitter.com/2Hy0Puvbp2 — liza sabater (@blogdiva) May 14, 2014
Two years earlier, the four-time All-Star went for the geometric pattern look.
Russell Westbrook is my favorite player just because of the shirts he wears after each game pic.twitter.com/55If3zz7 — Jacob Hebert (@jacobhebert25) June 5, 2012
Now, Westbrook is really stepping up his game by introducing his own fashion collection.
And, much like his postgame press conference shirts, some of the items are more than a little out there.
Last year's NBA All-Star Game MVP has a collaboration with Del Toro Shoes, currently on display at Barneys New York.
Check out my new collection with @deltoroshoes in @BarneysNY now!!! #westbrook #donthateonthebrodie #whynot pic.twitter.com/xwwm5tDPRA — Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) September 14, 2015
He's also partnered with NLST.
Check my new collection with @NLSTUSA in @BarneysNY now!!! #westbrook #donthateonthebrodie #whynot pic.twitter.com/diI5MXfYeI — Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) September 14, 2015
And last, but certainly not least, check out the see-through shirts he put together with Public School.
Check out my new collection with @PublicSchoolNYC at @BarneysNY now!!! #westbrook #donthateonthebrodie #whynot pic.twitter.com/WsPGJFfJUg — Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) September 14, 2015
No disrespect, Russ, but this might be a bit too couture for some.