2019 NBA Draft: All the best and wildest draft suits from the red carpet in New York


It's NBA Draft night! That means prospects are about to begin the most exciting time of their professional lives. It also means they're going to show up in wild, sometimes fly, sometimes ill-advised outfits on the red carpet. 

Here's a quick roundup of what everybody's rocking this year. 

Bol Bol, Oregon

Is this one of the boldest draft looks ever? Hard to top rhinestone spider webs. 

RJ Barrett, Duke

Bright pink suit, custom Canadian flag lining and spiked loafers. A whole lot of look for Barrett. 

Zion Williamson, Duke

Williamson went with a cream tuxedo without a tie. 

Cam Reddish, Duke

Reddish opted for a gold-on-black print jacket and black shirt and pants, finished off with a simple gold chain and Versace loafers. 

Ja Morant, Murray State

Not only is Morant rocking a blue-purple pinstripe suit, but also he's wearing a pocket square of his own face! This is not a drill. 

Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga

Hachimura paid homage to his roots with his draft-night 'fit. In a burgundy and blue suit and shirt, he showed off fabrics from Japan and Benin in the lining of his jacket. 

Coby White, UNC

White goes simple in a custom tailored navy suit and navy tweed loafers.

Jaxson Hayes, Texas

Points for sense of humor here. Hayes topped his maroon suit with a custom Sideshow Bob chain.

Tyler Herro, Keldon Johnson and PJ Washington, Kentucky

Bold patterns all around, with Johnson leaning into the blue and white palette fearlessly. 

Darius Garland, Vanderbilt

Neutral and avante garde, Garland's outfit stood out among suits. The look is both daring and probably super comfy. 

De'Andre Hunter, Virginia

Sporting a custom-made black suit lined with the city of Philadelphia skyline and area code, Hunter is repping his roots tonight. 


Romeo Langford, Indiana

Bring some shades to the draft because Langford is shining. Rocking a glossy off-pink suit with a clean white and black shirt-tie combo, he'll be hard to miss tonight. 

Nassir Little, UNC

Red custom suit over black ended up perfect for Little, who was drafted by the Trail Blazers


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