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Julian Edelman sits front row at Fashion Week
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New York City is celebrating men’s fashion this week, so it should come as no surprise that the Patriots resident style expert, Julian Edelman, has been front and center.
Julian, who is the face of the NFL men’s lifestyle collection, has been seen at a number of events, including in the front row of designer Joseph Abboud’s Tuesday show. Trading in his signature head-to-toe black ensemble for a smart pinstripe suit, Julian was seated alongside TV host Andy Cohen, German model Johannes Huebl and English actor Russell Tovey.
The fashion show is just one in a number of appearances for JE11, who also attended fashion week in the fall. He was on hand to see designer Robert Geller unveil his fall/winter collection and attended John Varavatos’ presentation as well as the opening night party.
At the kickoff event, Julian spoke to Complex about how the NFL is catching up to the stylish ways of other pro leagues like the NBA.
"I mean, [Tom] Brady looks like he could walk the runway. And I’m not saying that in any kind of way, but my guy’s bringing the nines all the time. Cam Newton, he’s doing his own splash. You got Decker over here, who’s always well-dressed. You got Odell Beckham. You got Victor Cruz. I mean, there’s guys that are dressing.”
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