In his time off the field, Victor Cruz has been upping his fashion credibility. He made quite a few appearances at the inaugural men's New York Fashion Week this summer (he was an ambassador after all) and he's posed as the face of a major men's brand. Now, the Giants athlete is designing his own threads.
Today Cruz is launching a Japan-inspired capsule collection with 3x1, a small denim company based out of New York. Working with Scott Morrison — he founded Paper Denim & Cloth, helped launch Earnest Sewn and designed for Evisu prior to starting up 3x1 — the receiver created five pieces: two pairs of jeans, a jacket, shirt and military coat.
While the M3 trouser with the coated denim tuxedo stripe and the VC Military coat come off on the dressier side, the M1.3 ripped jeans and the ombre denim shirt definitely give off ideal weekend vibes.
The collection becomes available today, exclusively on Farfetch with prices starting at $325.
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