As summer comes to an end, its time to update your wardrobe and change the causal summer shorts for something a little more stylish yet functional. I was invited to the launch event of the MSX by Michael Strahan a few weeks back and finally their clothes are now in JCPenney stores and online. The best part of this line beyond being on trend and everyday great prices, is they also make a big and tall segment. I’m not the smallest of guys, so finding something that could be my everyday staple is somewhat challenging but this line of athlesiure is just what my stylist (cough…my wife) ordered.
In collaboration with JCPenney, I picked up some new fall outerwear the MSX by Michael Strahan Premium Tech Knit Hoodie – which will be great as it gets a little colder, but really what I love are these amazing slacks. I picked up a couple of MSX by Michael Strahan Stretch Chino Pants in grey and in black too. They will be my go to work pants, but in the end these pants are just so worth it.
Michael Strahan is collaborating again with J.C. Penney to launch a new line of active wear. This exclusive line will include tees, polos, jogger pants and chinos with details like no-chafe seams, auto-lock/hidden zippers, UV protection and reflective strips. MSX garments will also feature “quick-dri stretch technology” for comfort.
The first collaboration was Collection by Michael Strahan, the suit and dress wear collection opened in 200 stores originally and has now expanded to 500 stores. MSX which is a collection of athleisure styling is starting right at 500 stores and online at JCPenney.com/MSX which I attended a launch event of the clothing line, which I must say looked amazing, and I cant wait to to pick up a few of the items.
The incredible event had a space for guests to check out the latest from Samsung Gear VR by Oculus.
Sampling of tequila by Don Jolio, which again showed me I’m a major fan of blanco tequila. There was also watermelon water by a brand called WTRMLN WTR, which I’m now like a zombie looking to buy if I see it at any stores (I’m told whole foods stocks it).
Of course the event also had drool worthy food… Chef Josh Capon famed for Lure Fishbar and Bowery Meat Company (which is still on my go eat at list). My favorites of the night were sesame/ginger shrimp and toro (tuna) tartare tacos.