Last night, Nike booked the Mandarin Oriental Hotel at Columbus Circle for a classy -- and cute -- showdown between tennis champs Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to promote their upcoming match during the U.S Open this weekend. Oh and what a face off it was! Both champs mean mugged each other on stage, while hundreds of inner city school kids watched on in the audience. The teens are aspiring tennis players, but what really caught their attention was probably not the presence of the tennis legends -- but legendary boxing promoter, Don King, who was there to host the faux "weigh in." I caught up with King and asked him to run through his look for us.
Tell me about the suit. Who made it?
The Suit? Umm... wait... [prolonged thinking and silence] I don't remember.
What about your jewelry? It's pretty jazzy. Mordechai the Jeweler Baby! Diamonds are a girl's best friend -- and man's too!
Can you tell me about the shoes? They look amazing.
Oh yes, these are great shoes. Where did I get these from? Oh I got these from Dennis. He's a little black guy who makes shoes. The leather comes from a town in Italy. He brings it right up to you, and fits you up and everything. It's all together different.