Forever Orange

Fall’s styles are seriously sexy. This is a point made well by an international trio of dashing Dynamo — George Malki of Arizona, the Brit Joe Holland, and Colombian Forward Mauro Manotas. The season’s sleeper soccer team is surging as the playoffs near, and its stars are adjusting quite well to the spotlight.

On Joe: Felpa jersey blue zip-up, $1,250, by Valentino at Neiman Marcus; Blue Nova check shirt, $325, by Burberry at Neiman Marcus.
On Joe: Felpa jersey blue zip-up, $1,250, by Valentino at Neiman Marcus; Blue Nova check shirt, $325, by Burberry at Neiman Marcus.

Photos By Samantha Jane Beatty


Styling By Todd Ramos

Shot on Location at Chapman & Kirby in Eado

Hair by Zackery Chapa for Hue Salon

Makeup by Kathy Rucker for Green Apple Salon

Styling assistance by Monica Lester & Tyler Treadwell

On Mauro: Sweatshirt, $1,550, by Valentino at The Webster; joggers, $395, by Public School Black ILYN at The Webster; sunglasses, $140, by Ray Ban at Neiman Marcus.
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