Public Enemy's Chuck D Appears As Model for Naked Suits
The iconic emcee associated with Pittsburgh Pirate caps helps brand a Bay area-based suit company.
Public Enemy co-founder Chuck D has been included in new campaigns for San Francisco, California-based Naked Suits. The iconic emcee, author and radio host made the agreement just days ago.
"We believe that in today’s age, people are demanding both aesthetics and performance in everything from smart-phones to apparel. Naked Suits are for guys for whom high-performance is a way of life, from their athletic to their professional endeavors. Chuck D is that kind of man. He has influenced the music and technology world with his ideas of innovation. The Own The Moment campaign is meant to inspire people toward living that idea. The shoot was done in Los Angeles. As always Chuck was laid back and insightful. The shot speaks for itself. Once we break into 2012 we will release more of Chuck in this shoot. We are honored to have him on deck," said Adisa Banjoko, the company's brand manager.
Naked Suits can be purchased at AlbertMing.com.
Public Enemy is said to be recording a new album. Their last work was 2007's How You Sell Soul To A Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul.