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Y’all know Dwyane Wade is a lover of the fashion world. And he doesn’t give a s**t what y’all think about his fashion choices. Clearly. Get his latest look at the Public School fashion show inside, plus his wife Gabby Union and more fabness from the CFDA Awards…

NBA baller Dwyane Wade and Gabby Union made their way to the Public School’s Women’s And Men’s Spring 2017 Collection Runway Show last night at Cedar Lake in New York City. And this is what D-Wade wore:

Well, Gabby’s look is super cute.

The upcoming Birth of a Nation star caught up with DJ and lifestyle influencer Hannah Bronfman:

Fabolous stopped by the show before booking it to Beyonce’s concert to open with DJ Khaled:

Fellow fashion lover Victor Cruz was there front and center to promote the brand as well.

The fashion loving Wades have been in NYC all week getting their lives at fashion events, and Beyoncé’s concert tonight at Citi Field. So it’s no surprise the “Being Mary Jane” star popped up at the CFDA Awards Monday night looking fab:

She rocked a Lela Rose gown and went with the designer herself as her date. But once she got back to the hotel, Dwyane had to help her carry her dress upstairs. She put it all on Snapchat. Husband duties.

Gabby’s girl LaLa Anthony showed up looked fab in a flirty Fendi dress:


Models Alek Wek and Jourdan Dunn showed folks why they are, in fact, models:

She rocked this Jonathan Simkhai dress perfectly.

Alek rocked a flared attention grabbing look.

And what do we have here? The newly single Jason Derulo rocking that new man-braid trend? Now that he and Daphne Joy are no more, he switched up his hair for a clean slate and slipped into this Kenneth Cole look.

The “So You Think You Can Dance?” judge attended with Mr. Cole himself, but we can’t even front, we can’t get pat the bun and braid. Apparently, this is what’s hot in the streets. Do you boo.


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