The Jordan label threw a shindig for Yankee's star Derek Jeter and everyone tried to dress to impress. His party was also going down during Major League Baseball's All-Star Weekend in New York there were a few misses fashion-wise, but most looks were right on target.
Mmm ... Jeter. Dreamy.
Jeter and Jordan. Mike went all casual with his "weathered' jeans, but it's the shoes, man. It's gotta be the shoes. Those possible Stacey Adams look like they are on hit from under those jeans.
Eric Williams of the Charlotte Bobcats. Not bad. Not bad at all. You didn't dress up, but when you look like that, do you have to?
Idris Elba did not dress up for this event. He better be glad he's extremely attractive.
Mr. October. Reggie Jackson.
Lloyd in a throwback.
Wanya and Shawn of Boyz II Men wearing Ed Hardy.
Gabby, some things not right with the weave, other than that, it would take a lot to make you look bad. And dresses with pockets? Hot. Sometimes. Not this one. But they can work.
VJ Julissa Bermudez looking in a hideous white vest, pale pink mini dress that resembles a torn T-shirt (like she stole it from 80s cartoon doll Jem) and shoes that make her feet look like their strapped in an all white prison.
Applause for Mya's sudden ability to put together a killer outfit that makes her resemble a young Irene Cara. Oh, what a feeling. And that feeling is hot. Mya is in this sort of singer hell where she's not good enough to compete with Beyonce and too old to make a run at Rihanna. She's not as legendary as Mary J. Blige or as earthy as Erykah Badu. Instead she's squashed in the back of the pack with Ashanti and all these other middling, so-so R&B songstresses. I think she should just give it up and go Broadway. Sometimes when you're on a crowded bus the best thing you can do is get off.
I don't know a lot about Terrence J. but I like this outfit. Very Ricky Schroder.