A$AP Rocky recently spoke with Complex about his views on modern sneaker culture, the direction of New York’s style, and the evolution of his personal style. The interview caught the A$AP Mob leader during a photoshoot for a promotional adidas editorial titled “three stripes,” which features the Harlem rapper in mix-and-match outfits like Parisian designer threads paired with adidas Originals Stan Smith sneakers — a look that the rapper cites resonates with his personal style, especially circa 2011 when his music was making its first breakthrough. Having associated himself with fashion designers like Raf Simons and Rick Owens at an early stage, Lord Flacko eventually came out with his first fashion endeavor with the collaborative Jeremy Scott sneaker in 2013. Since he was a teen growing up in Harlem, A$AP Rocky has made a name for himself as one of the most eccentric and flamboyantly dressed artists on the scene. Check out the interview below.
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