Former football star and acclaimed TV show personality Michael Strahan debuts his second clothing line. He showed off modeling chops in his self-titled men's wear collection.
After several years of flexing his strength in playing football, television journalist Michael Strahan recently tried another skill. He modeled his own clothing brand.
The 49-year-old "Good Morning America" star took to Instagram to share a picture of himself in a relaxed ensemble. Strahan's picture also shows two accomplishments in one stunning snap.
MODELING AND BUSINESS
In the snap, Strahan is seated on a wooden table while looking at a window. He wears a hooded, long-sleeved red shirt and denim pants, which he pairs with black sneakers.
It seemed like modeling is second nature to the youthful "Black-ish" star as he looked confident in serving a look. Beside his remarkable picture, he wrote in jest:
"Add model to my resume! ?? "
The doting father to twins Sophia and Isabella urged his 1.3 million Instagram followers to check out his men's wear collection titled "M by Michael Strahan."
Many fans praised Strahan as he not only modeled fashionable pieces of clothes; he also owns the clothing line. Many fans commented that he looked handsome in the snap.
Some fans lauded the former New York Giants star with several emojis including hearts, fire, and clapping hands. One fan wrote, "smooth."
EXPANDING HIS EMPIRE
Strahan's new clothing line was the result of his partnership with Men’s Wearhouse in November 2020. The collaboration is the sports commentator's way of expanding his lifestyle brand.
He earlier partnered with JCPenny as well. Aside from having great tailored pieces of clothes, Strahan said that men needed comfortable clothing that can be worn for any occasion.
According to court papers filed at the New Hanover County District Court, the former couple settled on a shared custody arrangement.
HIS SETTLED PUBLIC DIVORCE
Strahan's lifestyle business took off amid his custody battle against Jean Muggli, the mother of his 16-year-old twins. Strahan and Muggli wed in 1999 until they divorced in 2006.
According to court papers filed at the New Hanover County District Court, the former couple settled on a shared custody arrangement. Isabella and Sophia will take turns living in their parents' houses each week.
Under Muggli's request in the agreement, the twins will also have an Upper West Side apartment so that they can both finish high school in their separate Manhattan private schools.