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Steve Lacy is a Generational Fashion Icon in the Making

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Do me a favor. Google a photo of Stevie Wonder, let's just say from 1972/73. Now Google a picture of Little Richard from the 1950s/60s. Now take both of those pictures and compare them to the shots Steve Lacy has on his page, and boom! You see it right? The modern day 1970s vibe artist with his own unique individuality. Steve Lacy automatically makes us do three things—look, watch, and listen, and it’s been a long time since we’ve been able to do all of these things with an artist who is still relatively new in their mainstream debut. So in celebration, let's dive down the rabbit hole of Steve Lacy's style.

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Three years later, and now Steve Lacy has the number one song in the country with his single “Bad Habit,” the massive smash from his second album Gemini Rights, the video for which featured the singer rocking his signature braids, black sunglasses, a white suit and tie with a Superman-esque S on his chest, and pants.

But it’s not just his infectious music, guitar playing, and charm that captivates people, it’s his style sense as we’ll call “Steve Lacy’s Modern Day Take on Classic Fashion mixed with Andre 3000 and Zenon (yes Zenon).

Steve Lacy can give you rockstar supervillain, such as this IG post from September.

Steve Lacy can give you Couture, like this shoot with Highsnobiety.

Steve Lacy can give you athletic baller about to pull up for a game of three-on-three.

And Steve Lacy can give you Bold.

Dare we say, we might just have a generational fashion icon in the making. That would be cool, wouldn’t it?

Expect more major fashion moments in the inter-galactic future from this sensation.

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