Photo by Erik Horne, The Oklahoman.
Honor the Gifts account with the caption Coming Soon.
Each piece is generously cut in unisex proportions, too: Streetwear has always been about comfort.A variation of his famous "Why Not?" "What are you afraid of?" is printed on sweatpants and shirts.A few of Westbrooks teammates showed up for the event, but were not sure if Carmelo Anthony was able to make.The icarly ice cream sandwich bench giveaway next day, lo and behold, a press release hit our inboxes crediting Westbrooks T-shirt and sweats."The Inner City of Los Angeles is the hard and underserved community that I grew up in Westbrook said when announcing Honor the Gift's Inner City pop-up, which opened Feb.A mock serial number "11121988 Westbrook's birth date, sits underneath the word "caution" on black and white hats.Talk about a boss move.He was hands-on, starting the design process in May, picking the materials himself and even changing some materials as recent as two weeks ago.This past weekend, hundreds of fans lined up for hours to get a first look at the line, which is loosely billed as unisex streetwear.When Westbrook first launched Honor the Gift last November, he sat down with Complex to discuss the idea behind the brand.Last month, he even released a book with Rizzoli called.Between his day job as one of basketball's biggest stars, being the NBA's patron saint of personal style, and running a charitable foundation, Russell Westbrook has a lot going.And when the doors opened Saturday at the auto shop-turned-pop-up shop, Westbrook was more than happy to greet the fans that waited outside for hours to pose for photos and get their hands on his latest creation.Westbrook intentionally designed some tops inside out, with stitching and graphics printed on the outside.So, of all the fashion-minded celebrities and athletes out there, it makes sense for Westbrook to design his own collection.Pieces from the collection will be available only via the Honor the Gift website early next week.At a time when anyone can call themselves a photographer and reality TV stars are fashion authorities, its easy to roll your eyes at the next celebrity brand.Layne Murdoch/Getty Images, at least that's what we think is going on here.Simultaneously Westbrook shared an Instagram photo, pointing.
Pieces in the range include graphic T-shirts, long sleeve tees, pullover fleece sweaters, headwear, and socks, which were all made.A.
We're looking forward to seeing more from Westbrook on the court and in our closets before the year.