Brandon Ingram's flashy metallic suit cut a daring look at the draft, making him a perfect sartorial fit for star-studded Los Angeles.
Brandon Ingram's flashy metallic suit cut a daring look at the Draft, making him a perfect sartorial fit for star-studded Los Angeles.Jennifer Pottheiser—NBAE/Getty Images
Brandon Ingram's flashy metallic suit cut a daring look at the draft, making him a perfect sartorial fit for star-studded Los Angeles.
Ben Bentil's dapper suit and shirt came from Serge Ibaka's clothing line and paid homage to his homeland of Ghana.
Dejounte Murraye opted for a luxurious velvet tuxedo jacket, which he paired with royal purple velvet smoking slippers.
Buddy Hield went for a dapper white tuxedo jacket, which was nicely complemented by his red bow tie and his "Buddy Buckets" embellishments inside the jacket.
Kris Dunn proved that the best style can come from an appreciation of a high-low aesthetic. Case in point? His dapper JC Penney suit paired with a pair of sparkling silver Gucci sneakers.
Skal Labissiere bucked convention and sported a pink jacket and vest with slim white pants and velvet smoking slippers for a suave, preppy look.
Ben Simmons was hailed as the number one pick in the draft, which was hardly diminished by his selection of a classic three piece suit.
Malachi Richardson wore the undisputed color of the draft night, red, with an edgy twist — a double breasted suit jacket over an all-black ensemble.
In case there was any doubt about the school Caris LeVert hailed from, he wore a color-blocked suit jacket that would make University of Michigan proud.
Jamal Murray updated his classic tuxedo look by opting for a sleek satin material.
Brandon Ingram's flashy metallic suit cut a daring look at the Draft, making him a perfect sartorial fit for star-studde
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See the Best Looks From the 2016 NBA Draft

Jun 24, 2016

This year's NBA Draft is one of the more dapper years in franchise history, with many of the soon-to-be rookies opting for OG tuxedo options. Bow ties abounded at the Barclays Center, as did neutral colors for the suiting, proving that black is still the new black. Also trending hard? Classic fits in various shades of red, running the gamut from ochre to oxblood — from our count, at least six recruits sported red for the draft. However, that doesn't mean that there still weren't some style rogues (after all, Russell Westbrook won't be able to be the NBA dandy forever) — of note, new Lakers recruit Brandon Ingram, who sported a metallic suit jacket and Kris Dunn who paired a sleek JC Penney suit with silver Gucci sneakers in the ultimate display of high-low fashion. Whether or not these rookies can live up to their hype in the league remains to be seen, but as far as style is concerned, the NBA class of 2016 is already ballin'.

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