At least when it comes to his newfound larger-than-life style
Is Drake the soft sensitive singer, or the bro-lific rapper? Maybe he’s both, but when it comes to his personal style he’s definitely found his lane. By embracing tech-y labels like Stone Island, established streetwear staples from Supreme, and swerve-ier pieces from the likes of Acne and Kapital, he’s finally looking comfortable (and highly cozy) in his clothes. But to set the mood for the digital booklet of his new album, Views, Drizzy appropriately turned things up, way way way up, with a wardrobe that’s got Godfather vibes all over it. We’re talking fur coats in the backseat of a Bentley, shearlings rocked on rooftops, suits for the whole squad, and silk PJs worn beside high-end hotel room service.
As one Twitter user pointed out, some of these photos seem reminiscent of a particular beloved video game that also centers around organized crime.
Drake looks damn good when he’s dressing like the mega-rich global superstar he is (and, at this point, the unofficial ambassador of Toronto), even if the fur coat with the Bentley and puppy might be overkill for daily wears. But that perfectly-tailored wide-lapel suit and tie kit? That’s a boss style move if there ever was one. Just ask a real-life don.
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