The L.A. Laker is one half of a pop-culture power couple—he’s engaged to rapper Iggy Azalea—and he’s also a certified connoisseur of cool
To fully understand NBA star Nick Young, one must first become familiar with the term “swag.” For the uninitiated, the word describes a certain je ne sais quoi, a person who exudes an overall air of confidence—occasionally bordering on cockiness—with a knack for style and effortless panache. It’s the kind of ... More
The U.S. Polo Assn. brings the fresh faces of real players to their newest campaign
When you hear the word polo, the things that pop to mind almost always include golf shirts and Veuve Clicquot, but there’s something else to add to that list: the U.S. Polo Assn., the official licensed brand for polo in the United States. Its main mission: to keep the sport alive and ... More
All eyes were on shortstop Derek Jeter last weekend as he made his last appearance in Yankee pinstripes. Amongst the season’s many tributes to Jeter, watchmaker Movado introduced the Captain Series of three limited edition timepieces commemorating the player’s career.
Which raises the question: Is it weird to wear a watch with your ... More
The NBA star is definitely not cavalier about his wristwatch choices
In the wake of LeBron James’ return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, we thought it would be a good time to revisit The NBA star’s signature wristwatch—The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph.
Globetrotting James was just in Hong Kong for the opening of Audemars Piguet’s first self-owned boutique in the ... More
Soccer fans the earth over have an eye on Brazil. Here, Marco Moreira—owner of Botequim, Manhattan’s new Brazilian eatery—explains how to enjoy a game in a most traditional manner
When Botequim opens in New York’s Hyatt Union Square, the 85-seat restaurant will offer a modern take on traditional Brazilian street food from chef Marco Moreira. And while they aren't officially taking reservations until September, Brazilian-born Moreira will be hosting a pop-up version of the restaurant during the ... More
Dennis’ closest confidants shed light on the enigmatic basketball star
In February 2013, Dennis Rodman traveled to North Korea as part of a documentary series produced by the media company Vice. Since then, he’s returned to the country five more times on a mission to spread diplomacy through basketball, despite being lambasted by the media. “He thought he was ... More
After his controversial trips to North Korea caused an international firestorm, the NBA Hall of Famer mostly shunned the media. Now Dennis Rodman is ready to talk
He's early. It's just after 10 a.m. at the Turnberry Isle Miami in Aventura, Florida, and in walks Dennis Rodman—all six feet seven inches of him, wearing a tattered baseball cap emblazoned with "Cheetah Gentlemen's Club," a wrinkled cotton T-shirt, black nylon track pants and a pair of impossibly large ... More
The embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner on what he’d do differently
While the dust in Los Angeles has yet to settle after recent revelations of Clippers owner Don Sterling’s regrettable remarks, nothing about the future of Sterling or the team is certain.
Some observers claim the NBA lacks the authority to force Sterling to sell the team while others, like basketball ... More
Why the NFL's best-dressed player—who's also a timepiece collector—chooses the sporty Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
Victor Cruz—the New York Giants’ 2012 Super Bowl–winning wide receiver—is probably the most debonair fellow in the NFL (the 27-year-old has already made Vanity Fair’s Best-Dressed List). And earlier this month he demonstrated a rare ability to marry high-end with street style by sporting his Royal Oak ... More