New York athletes are known for their skills on the field, but recently, two stars from the Big Apple showed off their style on the runway. Sterling Shepard from the New York Giants and Julius Randle from the New York Knicks walked down the runway during a fashion show, and they weren’t alone. Their adorable kids joined them, stealing the spotlight with their modeling skills.
New York athletes Sterling Shepard and Julius Randle participated in the 13th Annual Rookie USA Fashion Show with their kids. The event aimed to raise funds for Moms for Moms NYC, supporting single mothers in need. Shepard’s daughters showcased their modeling skills, inspired by their mother Chanel Iman, while Randle’s family rocked matching Nike outfits.
A Fashionable Family Affair
Sterling Shepard, the Giants receiver, took the stage at IRON23 in the Flatiron District for the 13th Annual Rookie USA Fashion Show. Accompanying him were his two baby girls, whom he shares with his ex-wife and model, Chanel Iman. The trio sported black and red Jordan gear, looking stylish as ever. Shepard mentioned that his daughters have inherited their mother’s passion for modeling and love watching videos of her work.
Julius Randle, the Knicks forward, also made a striking appearance at the fashion show. He was accompanied by his wife, Kendra, and their two kids. The Randle family dazzled in matching Nike sweatsuit outfits, showing off their fashion-forward sense.
A Charitable Cause
The event, hosted by Kidfluencer Haileigh Vasquez, had a noble purpose. It raised funds for Moms for Moms NYC, a foundation that supports single mothers living in poverty by providing postpartum and newborn essentials. The show was on behalf of Julius Randle, who is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of these mothers.
Support from Famous Faces
The fashion show attracted other well-known figures who came to show their support. Former New York Knicks player Charles Oakley, former New York Giants player Tiki Barber, and former New York Giants player Victor Cruz were among the attendees. Boxing star Peter Quillin, MLB star Robinson Cano, former NFL star Chris Johnson, and singer Brandon Flowers were also there.