His ensemble included a tweed jacket featured in Pharrell Williams’s men's Spring-Summer 2024 collection for Louis Vuitton
LeBron James is kicking off the NBA season in style!
The L.A. Laker, 38, showed just why he’s called King James after arriving for the team’s first game of the season against the Denver Nuggets in Denver, Colorado decked out in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton.
The NBA star looked effortlessly cool and focused as he was photographed walking into the arena in a full Louis Vuitton look, which included a custom Damoflage tweed collarless jacket worth about $5k, black trousers worth $1.2k and black derby shoes worth about $1.25k, according to TMZ.
He completed the look with black shades and black beats headphones as he listened to music, along with a green leather speedy bag slung over his shoulders with a hefty price tag of $11k, for a total outfit pricetag nearing $28k.
Some of the items he wore — particularly the tweed jacket — were from Pharrell Williams’s men's Spring-Summer 2024 collection. The musician was announced as the luxury brand’s new creative director after the death of Virgil Abloh in 2021.
Williams, who previously collaborated with Louis Vuitton's former creative director Marc Jacobs in the early 2000s on a series of jewelry and sunglasses, kicked off his tenure with the Men's Fashion Week in Paris in June.
"When the season ended, I said I wasn't sure if I was gonna keep playing,” James said after being recognized as the leading scorer in NBA history. “And I know a lot of experts told you guys what I said, but I’m here now speaking for myself. In that moment, I kept asking myself if I could still play without cheating the game.”
“The day I can’t give the game everything on the floor, is the day I’ll be done,” he said before a long pause, concluding with “Lucky for you guys, that day is not today.”
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He credited seeing his sons, 19-year-old LeBron “Bronny” James Jr. and 16-year-old Bryce James, play basketball with their coaches as the reason that “brings me back every year.”
“I see those kids and it brings me right back to where I play,” he said. Those kids get me back to where need to be… But yeah, I still got something left. A lot left."
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