Ronaldo, Beckham Jr., McGregor & more featured in SI's Fashionable 50.
Sports Illustrated today revealed their third annual "Fashionable 50" issue, showcasing the most styling figures selected by a panel of stylists, fashion editors and executives and other influencers in the industry. Among the athletes featured in SI's "Fashionable 50" are Nashville Predators defenseman, PK Subban, and Lindsey Vonn, whom appear on the cover as a couple.
"Your personality and how you wear the clothes is a determining factor in how people see you," Subban told Sports Illustrated. "I've always been taught to leave my house a certain way because you always represent yourself and your family, or your company and your team."
Other athletes featured in the "Fashionable 50" are New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton, soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, MMA champion Conor McGregor, and NBA All-Stars Russell Westbrook, LeBron James and Jimmy Butler.
In listing his favorite designers, Butler mentions, “Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang, Daniel Patrick, Phillip Lim and Calvin Klein. I just love what they do and I gravitate toward their aesthetic.”
McGregor's list of favorites includes several high end designers, naturally, and he revealed there's a collection with David August in the works. “I admire several designers, particularly Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Louis Vuitton. I really admire my friend Donatella Versace. I think it is truly astounding what that woman has done for the prestigious Versace name and for her family's legacy. Her and the entire Versace team keep getting stronger each launch. It is great to see. Another one of my favorite designers is my personal tailor and now business partner, David August. David and I have been working together for a long time and we look forward to launching our August McGregor brand later this year, so that my fans and the fashion world can share in my style and look good themselves.”
Check out the full list of athletes feature in SI's "Fashionable 50" here.