Moving from one side of an industry to another is a logical leap that often falls tragically short -- though when you think about it, Isiah is the only GM to ever be sued for harassment by a woman, and traded for a player who got sued for harassment by a dude. Go Zeke! Successfully moving to the other side of fashion, the man behind Dorsia, just hitting Dallas.
Fusing "American prep, French chic, and Italian tailoring", Dorsia's a recently launched collection of casual shirts and outerwear steered by a Ukrainian-born, Chicago-based designer who once made a living in the most ridiculed and secretly envied of all professions: getting photographed by a photographer named Sebastian while wearing other peoples' clothes. Always reasonably fitted & slim cut, the new summer line emphasizes classic colors and refined patterns, mostly in double breast-pocketed short-sleevers like the blue plaid "Billy", with a softened Western yoke and gray-lining flip-up sleeve cuffs; the navy-checkered "Charlie", whose contrast cuffs actually snap; or the shiny gray, epaulet'd "Ray", with black pinstripes so near-microscopic, you'll have to wear a really obnoxious bumper sticker that says "If you can read these pinstripes, you're standing too close". Even more casual's the light-fabric "Jordan" in sky blue or solid navy/white, and the white, black, or gray, flip-top pocketed "Orlando" v-neck tee, with reinforced shoulders for the broader man-gundy.
Also now in the D is spring gear including the short-sleeve "Sean" chambray-look woven in checkered navy or white plaid, the long-sleeve "Adrian" button-up in olive plaid or gray gingham, and "Piper" henleys, hooded for anonymity, just in case you've become locally infamous for standing naked in front of employees and trying to Curry a favor.