Canucks and Beyond
Entries with the tag: fashion
As should be expected, no sport that accidentally designed its signature look around the mullet was ever going to escape a list like this, and so Men’s Style.com couldn’t resist to going to the superstar of hockey hotness himself:
Barry Melrose, NHL (ESPN)
Guess you can’t blame a hockey coach turned sportscaster from looking like, well, a hockey coach turned sportscaster. What can brown do for you? Very little indeed.
But Barry faces some tough competition, too.
(*Don Cherry escaped notice, however, so I guess this sort of thing gets a pass in the style rags…)
If you’re not going to check out the ASG for the hockey, how about the designer clothes? From Nedra Rhone’s “Shop Talk” in the AJC:
Even if you’re not a total hockey head, NHL all-star weekend isn’t a complete bust.
Alyssa Milano (seen lately on My Name is Earl) is making an appearance in Atlanta this weekend at Rockin’ Skate 2008 to launch her new clothing line for female hockey fans who are into fashion.
Touch, available in early spring at shop.nhl.com, will include outerwear, denim, dresses and more. Clearly a sports lover, Milano also designed a Major League Baseball line.
I have no doubt there’s a market for it—and that baseball line of hers has certainly worked out well— but I’ll be sticking to my Luongo jersey, thanks.
But for the more chic hockey chick, here’s something for the LA Kings fan: