There's a new challenger on the Ravens' roster for most stylish player.
Quarterback Joe Flacco, kicker Justin Tucker and linebacker Matthew Judon have been among the team leaders the past couple years. Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson turned heads with his green suit at the NFL Draft.
But none of them have their own posh clothing line like veteran wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
Crabtree is the owner and designer of MyCoterie, which (judging by its social media presence) appears to have launched about three years ago.
MyCoterie is defined as "a small group of people with shared interests or tastes," which is incorporated into the brand's messaging. The brand definitely has an exclusive vibe.
Crabtree's new spring/summer line features the python collar polo with a signature 100 percent python leather cut collar, 100 percent tumble cotton made in the United States and a v-neck zipper. They come in three colors (sea blue, light mustard or sunset) and cost $220 each.
Crabtree sported one of the polos (in blue) and flashy sunglasses at his first fashion show, Fashion Blink, Saturday in his hometown of Dallas. Check out a bunch of images from the event in this NFL.com photo essay.
Among those who clearly share Crabtree's taste, because they attended the fashion show, are Ravens teammates John "Smokey" Brown and running back Javorius Allen, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper, Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack, Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker and New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr.
While he was back home in Texas, Crabtree also threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers baseball game and hosted his sixth-annual youth football camp benefitting the Crab5 Foundation. The foundation helps inner city youth become more well-rounded individuals by promoting cultural activities, arts, sports and academics.