Kevin Durant's NBA All-Star Look Was Designed Right Here in SF

If we're done discussing the NBA All-Star game alley-oop broment between the Warriors' Kevin Durant and Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook, can we move on to obsessing about the sick denim jacket Durant wore over the weekend in New Orleans?

The piece came from San Francisco denim designer Julian Prince Dash, who's used to creating custom denim looks for celebs like Kanye West, Erykah Badu, and Young Thug. Dash puts an obsessive level of detail into his designs, including patches, pocket linings, embroidery, quilting, and a gold hanging loop in each garment to symbolize society's obsession with money. The line is produced at his Holy Stitch workshop, where he teaches apprentices and interns how to sew, near Union Square.

Dash has a minimal web presence, but you can hit him up on Instagram and book an appointment at his Turk Street studio when you're ready to splurge on your own Durant-esque jacket.