Draped In Designers: Chris Brown In Helmut Lang, Dsquared2, Maison Margiela And Saint Laurent

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R&B/Pop singer Chris Brown¬†performed at¬†iHeartRadio¬†Summer Pool Party‘ at¬†Caesars Palace¬†last weekend, which was hosted by Nick Jonas. ¬†The music extravaganza, which streamed live, featured other performers including¬†Nicki Minaj,¬†Kelly Clarkson,¬†David Guetta, and more.

Chris Brown¬†opened up his set with¬†Deorro‘s “Five More Hours” and then performed other tracks from his catalog including “Forever,” “Yeah 3x,” “Loyal” and “Ayo.”¬†

For the performance, Breezy took the stage in a $255 Helmut Lang Black French Terry Baseball Shirt, $282 now $169 Dsquared2 Chino Trousers and $795 Maison Margiela Future Calfskin Low-Top Sneakers. His look was accessorized with a Yves Saint Laurent monogram cuff and a baseball cap.

Personally, I don’t think Breezy wore the right shirt and cap with these trousers and sneakers. I would’ve opted for a white top and Cazal glasses. How about you? Leave a comment!

The Helmut Lang baseball shirt is cut from mid-weight french terry, features a V-Neckline, 5-button placket, short sleeves, straight hem, and fitted silhouette.

The yellow stretch cotton chino trousers from Dsquared2 features a concealed fastening, waistband with belt loops, two inset pockets to the sides and rear welt pockets.

The sneakers feature a round toe, lace-up patch at tongue, cushioned insole, rubber sole and Maison Margiela signature white stitched label detail on heel counter.

Where to buy:

You could purchase the baseball shirt at East Dane, Neiman Marcus and SSENSE.

The trousers are available at Far Fetch.

The sneakers are available at Neiman Marcus and Mr Porter.




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