The last year of Covid-19 changed daily life, especially when it comes to our drip! Regardless of how nimble your style, there is one accessory these days that many have in common – a face covering. Some people stick with the disposable surgical mask look while others get creative with the safety precaution. Actor and singer Quincy Brown took the creative route on Friday by wearing a custom sneaker mask.
Quincy is shown exiting an unknown building in New York City in images shared exclusively with The Shade Room by Johnny Nunez. He creates a completely black look that hovers between casual and high fashion. His shirt appears to be sleeveless and turtleneck style. This goes well with black pants and black boots. On Quincy’s arm is a black jacket along with a black, structured briefcase. His hair is styled in a couple of braids.
Quincy Brown rocking custom sneaker mask in New York City. Photo by: Johnny Nunez
As for the mask, it is the type of face covering that immediately attracts the attention of viewers. Designed by We Want More Studio, the bespoke mask is said to be made from his personal pairs Nike Air Flight Huarache and Air Jordan 12 Retro “University Gold”.
The face covering features various elements of the shoes, including heels, logos, and tags. It attaches to the face with reused laces and has a well mixed color scheme of purple, yellow, black, and white.
It’s unclear whether the sneakers were used or new before they became a mask. However, the studio wrote in the caption of an Instagram post that Quincy was “impressed with the face masks” and had hired them to create one.
The final sneaker mask actually offers impressive coverage that extends from one ear to the other and ends just below the eyes.
Roommate, can you sense Quincy’s creativity?
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