From the Fall Issue: Dynamo and Dash Soccer Stars Kick It in Sexy Seasonal Streetwear

From the Fall Issue: Dynamo and Dash Soccer Stars Kick It in Sexy Seasonal Streetwear

Dynamo player Michelle Alozie in Valentino.

THIS AUTUMN, SEXY and smart streetwear is the objective. Dynamo pros Artur de Lima Jr. of Brazil and Iceland’s Thor Úlfarsson — along with Dash stars and Cali natives Michelle Alozie and Diana Ordóñez — absolutely make the goal. Photos by Phoebe Rourke, Styling by Todd Ramos, Hair and makeup by Edward Sanchez, Art direction by Patrick Magee, Shot on location at The Laura Hotel


On Thor: Turtleneck, $1,095, by Ralph Lauren, at Neiman Marcus.

On Michelle: Dress, by Valentino.

On Diana: Turtleneck, leather skirt and blazer, and handbag, all by Gucci.

On Artur: Sweater, pants, shirt and hat, all by Gucci, with Ocean Sport Chronograph, $18,500, by Harry Winston at Valobra Master Jewelers.

On Artur: Jacket and pants, both by Armani, with Ullysse Nardin limited-edition Blast, $38,500, by Tourbillion, yellow-gold ring, $2,850, and bracelets, $3,980 and $6,600, all at Valobra Master Jewelers.

On Thor: Sweater, coat and jeans, all by Gucci, with Ocean Sport Chronograph, $18,500, by Harry Winston at Valobra Master Jewelers.

On Diana: Suit, handbag and jewelry, all by Chanel.

On Michelle: Pants, blouse and velvet jacket, all by Armani, with orange enamel and diamond hoop earrings in 18kt yellow gold, $6,550 and 18kt yellow gold ring featuring white and black diamonds, $35,000, all at Valobra Master Jewelers.

On Diana: Sweater dress, belt and jewelry, all by Michael Kors.

On Thor: Sweater, pants, scarf and trench coat (on table), all by Michael Kors.

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