Last week, The Men’s Store at Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania hosted The Style Games @RealStyleGames, a first-of-its-kind event marrying sport, competition and fashion benefiting Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Brad Smith’s True Foundation.

Brad Smith, Riley Cooper, Todd Herremans
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Over 150 guests and attendees, including the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders, watched Smith and teammates Emmanuel Acho, Matt Barkley, Brandon Boykin, Riley Cooper, Zach Ertz, Todd Herremans and Chris Maragos piece together thematic outfits and be judged by a panel of fashion influencers including Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Jen Abrams (Jen Abrams Style), Fashion Writer, Elizabeth Wellington (The Philadelphia Inquirer), Celebrity Stylist, Texanna Watts (G-III Apparel Group), Michael Duru (Michael Duru Clothiers).

Brandon Boykin
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Supporting companies and brands included D4SM, Jen Abrams Style, Transition Sports & Entertainment, Uber Philly, Flat Iron Philly, Magellan Jets, Martenero Watches, G2G Collection, Korbel California Champagne, Terese Sydonna, DDP Yoga, Mavi, Jord Watches, Instacube, The Detailed Male, Cures by Avance’, CrossFit Love, Alberto, Codice, Haupt, Hudson Jeans, Lust Limited, Sneakah Boutique, Mitchell & Ness, Marlyn Schiff and Lights Out Brand.

Brad Smith’s True Foundation works to promote education, discipline, and organized activity for youth in the community. Boys and girls throughout the greater Youngstown area and beyond are able to learn new skills, work on properly performing known skills, and work to carry out organized instructions. Find out more here.

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