New Steve Harvey 'fit just dropped!

The TV host turned unlikely style icon keeps winning with his refreshed approach to dressing. Highsnobiety wasearly to break the news of Harvey's fire 'fits, which still come courtesy of his stylist, Elly Karamoh.

Harvey's fashion origin story began last October, when his outfit photos began making the rounds on Twitter and Instagram. A certain ensemble starring a pair of extremely tight Saint Laurent leather pants and Bottega Veneta combat boots sparked a veritable uproar, spawning memes and praise across the internet.

With the bold sartorial statement, Steve Harvey officially entered his Zaddy era.

Since then, Harvey has continued to establish himself as a force to be reckoned with. See: his many monochrome outfits; his penchant for leather.

Clearly, he's discovered that there's more to dressing than oversized suits.

The Family Feud entertainer also launched his own clothing line, H by Steve Harvey, featuring designs by Karamoh. The label debuted earlier this week with a collection of silk ties inspired by "cartel movies and their villainous characters," according to the brand's website.

"Real gangsters, yet at the same time, true gentlemen who always put women first, and dressed in remarkable suit and tie combinations," an explanation of the collection's campaign expounds.


Harvey's Main Character energy is only bound to grow, so consider this your official hub for Steve Harvey Outfits™.

Welcome to Harvey Watch.

January 12, 2022

Harvey promoted his new TV show, Judge Steve Harvey, with an appearance on Live With Kelly and Ryan. Naturally, he killed it in a crisp, kimono-style Dunhill top and a pair of Tom Ford alligator boots.

January 10, 2022

On his way to Jimmy Kimmel Live, Harvey sported a fire-y jacket, slim suede pants, and what appear to be Saint Laurent boots.

For the interview, the personality wore a pair of monogrammed leather pants by Gucci, another Dunhill kimono, and the Bottega boots he first sported in October. Kimmel commented on the look, noting Harvey's "style change."

"Let all that go for a while," Harvey chided.

December 3, 2021

Harvey paid tribute to Virgil Abloh in an all-red outfit comprised of pieces from the late designer's first Louis Vuitton collection.

November 18, 2021

Our hero schooled us in the art of wearing purple while taping a "secret project." The ombré Berluti jacket, the shades, the cigar, and the croc-embossed shoes exuded swag.

October 13, 2021

The 'fit that launched a thousand ships.

October 8, 2021

This emerald green ensemble, also by by Bottega Veneta, begged for Marvel to cast Harvey as a supervillain.

March 22, 2021

Harvey taped The Ellen Show kitted out in Dior's collaboration with Ghanian painter Amoako Boafo.

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