Meet Kerwin Frost, a fashion icon, socialite, comedian, DJ, and talk show host for Kerwin Frost Talks and more. Born in Harlem, Frost is a popular street style icon who uses his thrifty knowledge to connect audiences with optimistic messages of fun and excitement in the fashion industry. He got his most important break after founding his company, the Spaghetti Boys, which previously featured designs also used in the Soho Youth scene in New York City. Here are the exciting ways she has influenced the fashion industry.
1. His tendency to save
Born on July 26, 1995, and growing up in Harlem, Frost knew he was set to become a fashion celebrity. Her low background has not restrained her desire to become one of the most treasured fashion icons in the entire US. Instead of lingering in pity or engaging in the vices of street gangbang in Harlem, he used that opportunity to escape his low beginnings. At age 12, Frost approached his father to introduce him to frugality. According to GQ, her dad’s first offer was to go with her to Macy’s to collect clothes. Even if his father insisted that Ralph Lauren products were the best, Kerwin only wanted colorful vintage accessories.
2. Her YouTube interview series on the world of street clothing
Kerwin’s second break was when he worked with a rapper, Kanye West and Virgil Abloh. His viral videos on his YouTube channel, “Kerwin Frost Talks,” have caught people calling him the “king of viral outfits” and “fashion’s funniest man.” However, Kerwin has something unique besides his attractive personality and carefree appearance. Aside from her signature pencil tattoo on the face, which no one will forget to notice, her sense of fashion is centered on self-expression and eccentricity. Any surprise can easily make you the king of today’s fashion world. Kerwin’s unique charisma is a personality that celebrities can’t ignore. Not surprisingly, her clownish fashion style and viral outfits video at Kardashian’s Christmas parties (Kardashian-Jenner-West Christmas) became highlights of Fashion Week. Working with the rich and famous has always been Kerwin’s most important selling point. Collaborating with the New York fashion scene in 2016 as co-founder of the Spaghetti Boys transformed her into a personal stylist for artists such as Kendall Jenner, Sheck Wes, and Luka Sabbat. He also got interviews with Tyler. She loves to organize charity events on special occasions, which expands her influence on fashion.
3. VFiles shifted his trend towards fashion
When she was 16, she applied as an intern at VFiles, an online fashion Mecca, as a writer. While there, he met a photographer and designer named Kevin Amato and Heron Preston. According to THE FACE, the duo owns a company that specializes in streetwear brands Virgil Abloh and Been Trill. Surprisingly, their designer brands arrive at almost the same time Instagram launches. Also, this is when A $ AP Rocky rejected the brands, calling them ugly. Preston knows that casting the shadow of A $ AP is a blessing in disguise. He asked Frost to print a screenshot of the specific lyric to be included in his Heron Bootleg series for $ 50 dis and run-off t-shirt. They take advantage of the foam around the platform to offer their ultra-modern designs to a wider audience. Kerwin was lucky to meet enthusiastic friends about fashion, such as Mike the Ruler (a pre-teen fashionista), Luka Sabbat, and Austin Babbitt.
This excited the quartet because Soho was also the hub of famous designers leading the streetwear revolution. They took the opportunity to talk to them about how they became successful. With a lack of capital, he could wait until 3:00 a.m. in the Supreme line and later be resold at premium prices to New York tourists. During one of the meetings with the famous designers, Kerwin met many designers who admired his collections and dreamed for a better future. According to GQ, at age 20, Kerwin teamed up with Ray Martinez, who founded the NYC-based art-content collective, the Spaghetti Boys. The two co-founders were childhood friends in Harlem, where they participated in the skate-spot. Today, the Spaghetti Boys are famous for creating t-shirts, pants, shoes, and hats. They specialize in art, design, and music.
4.He is a repurposing brand ambassador
Another break came to Kerwin through his company, Spaghetti Boys. As they unveiled it in 2018, he always thought of it as a genius way to combine his deejaying skills with fashion. It became apparent that Kerwin was heading for victory from the brands he was using again. An example of a brand designed and repurposed in his name is one of his that mimics a humanized bouncing castle. It’s at the 2019 Moncler Genius Show in Milan, and the designer is Craig Green. Frost also praised the catwalk presentation of AW 2019 Dior by wearing a gray suit and hoodie. He was wearing an Air Sinead O’Connor. Inside the suit was a t-shirt with two large angel wings by Luar, a New York designer. In his FACE interview, Frost lives with his wife, Erin Yogasundram, who has their daughter, Waffle. He wore one of Ralph Lauren’s rugby tops and denim pants and dramatized it with a Popeye hat from one of the largest American fast-food chains. He has yet to scratch his signature pencil tattoo. She admits she has nearly 19 tattoo designs all over her body.
5. His endorsement of Adidas
Kerwin has a video of him wearing a super-stuffed blue and white adult romper jumpsuit. At his feet are the Adidas Forum Low sneakers he uses to tread on street cars while people flee. The motive of Chicago legend Chief Keef was to allow people to hang out at Adidas collections, including large t-shirts and colored sneakers throughout the campaign. In fact, Adidas wants you to remember part of the Run DMC and Firebird collections, which go back to 80s fashion. Since that advert, Frost has become one of the most popular collectors of Adidas clothes and sneakers, inspiring Adidas fanatics to follow.
Kerwin’s fashion style is eccentric, carefree, and inspired by these exciting observations. She believes that dressing strangely is the way of life in New York, which has greatly inspired her dream. She is also skilled in streetwear, so she created a YouTube show, Kerwin Frost Talks, to give fans an idea of the latest designs. Surprisingly, he doesn’t consider himself a comedian as people call him. Her accomplishments in the fashion industry did not come from luck. He has always worked from a young age. Queuing up at a thrift store for hours into the night is not for the faint of heart; nor the wearing and weird costumes for the Instagram stunt to get people talking. Rubbing the shoulders of fashion icons and other celebrities and endorsing Adidas earned him the title of one of the most talented influencers in fashion.