GOLF WANG's Fall/Winter 2022 campaign is solid, to say the least. But fans want to know: who's the model?

Tyler, the Creator's GOLF WANG dropped its Fall/Winter 2022 lookbook, previewing the brand's seasonal collection of graphic tees, button-up shirts, puffy and fluffy outerwear, and colorful accessories.

GOLF FW22 is a bit more mature than the Summer '22 rollout (perhaps, the brand saw mixed comments from last season's drop).

However, the brand still oozes the boyish sensibilities established when Tyler launched the fashion label during his Odd Future days. Those playful feels materialize as the signature Crayola branding and the collection's random motorcycle 'fit.

Many fans agree that GOLF FW22 is pretty promising for the most part, calling it "heat" and the "most fire season in years." The collection's wrestling shirt, puzzle jacket, and all of the puffers are undoubtedly the season's bangers, landing on nearly every GOLF heads' wishlist.

But, for a few, the biggest hit of GOLF WANG FW22 was the brand's model, Isaiah Benjamin. Cladded in the brand's seasonal garments, Benjamin singlehandedly led the seasonal lookbook with a serious pout that left some GOLF fans swooning (and looking to actually cop him, instead).

Comments read, "okay, but how much does the model cost" and "fuck the sweater, who is that fine man wearing it?" Oh, and here's my personal favorite: "models looking sexy as ever."

Users also pointed out how the latest face of GOLF WANG favors Chris Rock and, from certain angles, Lil Baby. Though, he channels a younger Tyler in my opinion, making this ideal casting for the musician's fashion label. But, hey, that's just my two cents.

This isn't Benjamin's first rodeo with GOLF WANG either. The model-musician, who also goes by Zeke The Zombie Slayur, also appeared in the brand's summer essentials campaign back in August. Hopefully, three's the charm for another GOLF WANG x Benjamin campaign.

GOLF WANG FW22 launches October 15 at 12PM EST on GOLF WANG's website. Unfortunately, for some fans, Benjamin will not be up for grabs.

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