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Ex-Miami Dolphins’ Andre Branch Gives Sneak Peek Into Every Sneakerhead’s Dream Closet

by | Dec 14, 2020 | Fashion

Filled with the coolest pieces of clothing to the most diverse custom sneakers, football player Andre Branch gives a sneak peek into his Miami home furnished with every label imaginable.

Known for his fashionable sense of style and usually the go-to guy when it comes to the former Miami Dolphins’ fashion, it’s no surprise Branch has one of the largest closet fit for every fan of retro sneakers and high fashion. The fashion connoisseur has previously studied fashion both in New York and London as well as an internship with the popular Rag & Bone brand, which he now places all of his newfound knowledge into his everyday routine mostly centered around Amiri, Rag & Bone, and G-Star brands.

According to Coveteur, there were “15+ pairs of Jordan 1’s alone, all of the best collabs (think Virgil Abloh’s Nikes, Tom Sachs’ NikeCraft Mars Yard Shoe, Pharrell’s Adidas NMDs, etc.), multiple pairs of Visvims, Gucci sneakers on Gucci sneakers, CHANEL loafers, and so. much. more.”

The 45-image gallery gives a detailed look into his walk-in closets, art-filled home, and outlook on how his fashion sense grew over the years. He credits his mother for encouraging a presentable outward appearance, which gained him the coveted spot as Best Dressed at the end of the year in high school.

With a personal touch added to each one of his outfits, who knows, there might be an Andre Branch fashion line coming our way in the future.

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