On the first episode of Get it Together, Aleali May gives us an insider’s view of Paris Fashion Week Men’s. The week starts with her sitting front row at Virgil Abloh’s spring/summer 2020 show for Louis Vuitton men’s. She then catches up with her long-time friend, Rhude’s Rhuigi Villaseñor, as he prepares for his first ever presentation in Paris. He also opens up about his journey leading up to this monumental moment. Get it together is release every Wednesday at 10am. Click read more to watch the other episodes.
On the second episode of Get it Together, Aleali May meets up with designer Melody Ehsani at her store in Los Angeles. They speak about Ehsani bringing women to Fairfax, going against her Persian culture’s expectations, and her future collaboration with Jordan Brand. They end things with a trip to the Slauson Swap Meet and visit L.A. Gold to try on jewelry.
On the third episode of Get It Together, Aleali May visits Los Angeles to see her family and meet up with Gavin “Mizzle” Mathieu, the creative director for YG’s 4Hunnid label. The two sit down in Mizzle’s design studio to speak about mental health, the impact of Nipsey Hussle’s tragic death, and more. This episode concludes with a Jordan Brand event celebrating May’s collaborations.
On the fourth episode of Get It Together, Aleali May interviews Jerry Lorenzo and tours the Fear of God factory in Los Angeles. They talk about how he got his first account at 424 on Fairfax, the origins of the brand’s name, and the idea behind the Nike Air Fear of God 1s.
For the fifth episode of Get It Together, host Aleali May joins Vashtie for an afternoon in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. The two discuss the challenges of growing up as women interested in streetwear and sneakers, the importance of preserving New York City culture, how Vashtie became the first woman with her own Air Jordan collaboration, and more.
On the finale of Get It Together, Aleali May spends the day with A$AP Ferg. The Harlem rapper introduces May to his crew of creatives and speaks about his early endeavors in the world of fashion. Later on they meet with Tony Hawk and Jon Gray of Ghetto Gastro in The Bronx to chat about the moment they first recognized style.
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