Worn Out Wednesday – Dallas Star’s Tyler Seguin

first_img Editors’ Recommendations A Peek Inside the Joseph Abboud Factory: Italian Fabric, Made in America Slopestyle Mountain Bike Champion Emil Johansson Talks Tricks, Staying Fit, and More Madewell Men’s Fall Collection Has All Your New Favorites Today we speak to Dallas Star’s hockey player, Tyler Seguin.My roots are Canadian but currently my time is split between Toronto in the off-season and Dallas, Texas where I play for the Dallas Stars. You could say hockey is in my DNA considering my whole family plays or has played. The passion I feel for the game started at a young age and never stops growing. My dream as a kid was to be play in the NHL and that came true at 18 when the Boston Bruins drafted me. My rookie year was surreal because we won the Stanley Cup and I was only nineteen. Next stop was the Dallas Stars two years ago. Dallas is a special city and the fans are great. My focus off-season is to keep working as hard as I can to be ready for next season and to have another Stanley Cup win.Fashion became a bit of a hobby for me over the years. I have an appreciation for anything that has a distinct design aesthetic from cars to the perfectly tailored suit. I have an ever-growing collection of watches, cufflinks, and there are also a few cars in my garage. There is a tradition in hockey of the players dressing for games in suits. Having to sort out suits for the games really opened doors for me to experiment with my own personal style. I have developed knack for selecting shirts, ties, and shoes that express my personal style.My off-season is my time to chill, hang with my family/friends and fit in plenty of fishing, golf, and travel. I recently had the chance to collaborate on designing my own limited edition snapbacks that are currently a staple in my summer wardrobe. They will be available one my website soon.As for my personal style:Jeans:My current favorites are Hugo Boss’ Hugo Red Collection Slim FitShirts:Dress:PradaCasual: James Perse – V necks and Sueded Jersey PoloATM by Anthony Thomas Melillo – Basic T-shirts and hoodiesPants:I mix it up on pants from a few places but in the current rotation  are Rag and Bone, standard issue.Suits:My suit closet is full but two that stand out recently are Calvin Klein Collection Crosby Slim Fit and Lanvin two-button.Shoes:Favorite sneakers right now – Common Projects but I have a substantial sneaker collection that seems to keep just growing.Dress shoes: right now my go tos are Louis VuittonAccessories:Watches – BreitlingJewelry – David YurmanHat – My own custom TS snapbacksOuterwear:Belstaff – Tech JacketFavorite Cologne:Usually none but sometimes – Vetiver 46 – Le LaboYour favorite App:SnapChat but always changingFavorite piece of technology:Sennheiser RS 220 wireless headphonesNext tech purchase:BeoPlay A2 speaker by B&O for traveling.Photo courtesy of Nino Munoz. 12 Classic Sci-Fi Novels Everyone Who Likes Reading Should Read Why Every Man Should Care About Slow Fashion last_img read more

Urban Meyer announces April 11 as date for 4th annual Student Appreciation

After winning its eighth national title in school history, the Ohio State football team and coach Urban Meyer are set to show their gratitude yet again.In an email to students Friday, Meyer announced that OSU will host the fourth annual Student Appreciation Day on April 11, one week before the Spring Game at Ohio Stadium.In the email, Meyer said more details will be released “in the coming weeks” regarding the event, which in years past has been held at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Olentangy River Road where the Buckeyes traditionally practice.Meyer added in the email that, “There will be opportunities to take pictures with the National Championship trophy along with other Ohio State traditions.”The Student Appreciation Day is a tradition Meyer started just months after accepting the OSU job in November 2011.In the past, students have kicked field goals, competed in the 40-yard dash and, as recently as last year, participated in warm up drills with the team.In 2014, it was estimated that 2,500 students attended the event. read more