Newton attended a number of events at the annual Men's Paris Fashion Week.
Fans of the Carolina Panthers have grown pretty familiar with the style of quarterback Cam Newton. From his collection of hats at postgame press conferences to his various combinations of shirt, pants and shoes on Panthers road trips...and you can't forget the accessories...Newton is one of the most fashion-forward players in all of American professional sports.
It's only fitting that he would make his mark internationally at Men's Fashion Week in Paris, France.
Alongside other American professional athletes like Russell Westbrook, Travis Kelce, Rudy Gay and Victor Cruz, Newton drew as many cameras as the models themselves.
From Tuesday through Thursday, Newton attended the Heron Preston "Concrete Jungle" show, the Off-White "Plastic" show, Y/Project show at the Oratoire du Louvre, Under Cover show and finished on Thursday with the Louis Vuitton show outside on the Parisian streets.
Newton sported a monochromatic ensemble including a slouched trench coat with pops of primary color incorporated throughout the outfit.
At the Off-White "Plastic" show, he sported a double-breasted, chic plaid blazer with contrasting patchwork and tapered, three-quarter leg pants with studded leather shoes and a worn wide-brim hat with a modern ("boom") graphic detailing. His Thursday look at the Louis Vuitton show was comprised of an oversized, unbuttoned tye-dye with a casual form of a day cravat paired with a gold chain pendant.