Malcolm Jenkins is a multifaceted man.
He’s an undisputed star on the gridiron — a two-time Super Bowl champion, a two-time Pro Bowler, a Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee and captain of the champion Philadelphia Eagles. He’s also a social activist and is the cofounder of the NFL Players Coalition, an organization that fights injustice against African-Americans. His fist-raising statement during the playing of the national anthem and his willingness to take on President Trump when the team was disinvited to the White House after winning the Super Bowl are well-known.
What may not be as well-known is Jenkins’ fondness for fashion. Not only was he named one of Sports Illustrated’s Top 50 Most Fashionable Athletes last year, he was also singled out for his style at the ESPY Awards when he wore a burgundy made-to-measure suit, Chelsea boots and colorful Kufi skull cap.
The suit was actually a statement in and of itself. It was created by Damari Savile, Jenkins’ made-to-measure business in Philadelphia, that he opened last year with entrepreneur Jay Amin. The 3,000-square-foot store on Walnut Street caters to men seeking to create looks that express their distinct style.
He also has a bow-tie business, Rock Avenue,