Not many people think to pair three denim pieces together in one outfit for the sake of fashion — unless you’re Steve Harvey’s stylist Elly Karamoh, of course.
The 64-year-old comedian and TV personality has been drawing attention to his latest ensembles. This includes the Canadian Tuxedo, a luminous cobalt jacket, monochromatic green sets, and mesmerizingpeacoats.
Harvey gets all the credit, but Karamoh, 28, is the true genius behind the creativity. He first began working with the organization in 1998. “Family Feud”2019 host
“It was really a bold look but Mr. Harvey, we really trust each other now,”Karamoh speaks highly of Harvey’s trio. “He knows I’m not going to put him in nothing too crazy … he just owns it.”
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Karamoh says his selections reflect the fashion statement he aspires to make: “No one should be placed in a box, no matter what age, women, men, or kids. … There’s no rule to fashion.”
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Harvey’s fashion sense was what attracted him to the job, according to the stylist. Harvey launched a line for K&G clothing retailers in 2012, which was discontinued later. However, it was during Harvey’s time. “Kings of Comedy”Karamoh was intrigued by this.
Karamoh stated that he had been eyeing the Balmain jacket for Harvey for some time and was happy to finally get to wear it.
Twitter users have been making fun of Harvey’s looks by snapping photos of him with accessories and creating jokes about his appearance. “Steve Harvey cinematic universe.”
Karamoh claims he “loves it”Twitter users transform Harvey’s fashions into callbacks for their childhood memory power rangers. Karamoh claims that the fashion duo is called the fashion duo. “will never stop.”
Harvey started his career doing stand up comedy which later turned into a his late ’90s sting on the WB sitcom “The Steve Harvey Show” and the Spike Lee-produced “The Original Kings of Comedy. Harvey wore a signature, well-groomed hairstyle, a mustache, and a suit that was often hemmed to his knees during this period of his life.
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Steve Harvey wore peach in this promo for “The Original Kings of Comedy” instead of tan or white suits.”
While style of the time often emphasized conservative navy, black and tan suits, Harvey would often stray from the norm with his silkened pinstripes, peach or yellow suits and even green-colored suits.
“Many people will claim that Steve Harvey wears big suits and is a colorist, but I was intrigued. I was intrigued by the Kings of Comedy’ color, and the freedom and boldness that he displayed.” he says.
Harvey’s stand-up career eventually drew to a close and his entertainment role transformed into hosting specials, talk shows and syndicated TV programs like “Family Feud” book deals. As his roles changed, so did Harvey’s style — the suits remained loosely fitted but the colors were silenced to fit a more classic look.
Steve Harvey, left, is wearing a classic suit while hosting NBC’s “Little Big Shots.””
Karamoh said for Harvey’s new era of style he wanted to “bring back his colors but in a very, European silhouette.” And people are taking notice.
“Steve Harvey can pull off any outfit and make any bad response on family feud funny,”One user on Twitter wrote:
Another user wrote: “I don’t care what y’all say I like Steve Harvey outfits. His stylist been on point lately.”
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Karamoh said that Harvey’s looks inspired him to encourage others to push the boundaries of fashion.
“I would encourage older men, specifically, not to give up because I feel like once you reach the 40, 50 or 60-group, society puts you in a category (that) you should be more conservative or you should look a certain way,”He says. “No matter what age you are, you still have that young kid inside you.”
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This article was originally published on USA TODAY: Steve Harvey’s green suits, more style moments: Stylist weighs In