With some of the biggest names in Hollywood, fashion and sports turning up to this year's NBA All-Star Weekend, fire 'fits were the order of the day.
While the on-court action saw Team LeBron claim a triumphant win against Team Curry, courtside, the likes of Odell Beckham Jr., Michael B Jordan, and Jerry Lorenzo boasted some enviable looks
There was also a killer look from Kendrick Lamar, whose newly released "Kung Fu Kenny" sneakers have been making quite the splash. OFF-WHITE, Supreme, and Nike were some of the more familiar names on show, while a few fashion-forward folks decided to opt for more unconventional or understated brands.
For a look at some of the weekend's best outfits, scroll through the list below and then check out which players donned the 11 best sneakers from the all-star weekend here.
Odell Beckham Jr. went into hypebeast mode with a Supreme x Louis Vuitton side bag, Iron Maiden T-shirt, and all-red Nike AF1s
James Harden kept it dapper with a Givenchy suit and YSL holdall
Russell Westbrook made color blocking easy with a Wu wear Tee, Nike x OFF-WHITE sneakers and Honor the Gift's bomber jacket
Cardi B proved you can ball on a budget with Fashionova
Jerry Lorenzo might have teased a few upcoming Fear of God pieces - peep the sweatpants and kicks
Michael B Jordan and Chadwick Boseman don Marvel-approved 'Black Panther' merch
Utah Jazz's Donovan Mitchell matched his OFF-WHITE "Seeing Things" hoodie with a logo-stamped Supreme x Louis Vuitton Denim jacket
Kid Cudi took some style cues from Kanye West for a YEEZY-tastic look
Kendrick Lamar gave fans a close-up look of the Nike x "Kung Fu Kenny" kicks
Pusha T took cozy to another level with a Carhartt hoodie, Rebels to Dons sweatpants and chunky Chanel kicks
Finally, Kevin Hart rocked a custom 'fit featuring a Nike x AWOL hoodie and Nike x Riccardo Tisci AF1s
Let us know in the comments which all-star look was your favorite.
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