It is Fashion Week, you guys. The style world’s biggest and brightest have come to New York City to look at people wearing cutting edge clothes, and now that we live in a world where NBA players get inspired by the outfits they wear before their games, being seen at Fashion Week is kind of a big deal. If you want to get the best clothes, you’ve got to make connections, and there’s no better way to do that than befriending designers.

That’s why Carmelo Anthony is going to be so well-dressed next season. From the New York Times:

Carmelo Anthony receives the gold star attendance award at Fashion Week for his efforts to outpace Chris Bosh, Amare Stoudemire and Dwyane Wade in the number of front-row seats scored at the weekend’s shows. He took the lead with his late appearances at Simon Spurr and Tommy Hilfiger on Sunday night [...]

Congratulations to Carmelo Anthony on his first championship since his year at Syracuse. In a fashion-forward league like the NBA, being the guy who went to the most fashion shows during New York Fashion Week is a huge deal. (Not really.) Sources say Chris Bosh was in tears following the crushing loss.

Between Carmelo’s gold star and Amar’e Stoudemire’s women’s line, the Knicks are dominating basketball’s fashion scene. The only concern now is whether of not there are enough shots thimbles to go around.