Last year, Eliud Kipchoge made history when he became the first athlete to complete a marathon in under two hours.
After the achievement, Eliud went up in popularity to invent the term "No Human is Limited." Which has become famous globally and a motivator.
Today, the athlete has had the internet talking after been featured in the April copy of the international magazine the GQ in a captivating article titled "How Eliud Kipchoge Broke Running's Mythic Barrier."
GQ is a monthly men's international magazine headquartered in New York City and established in 1931. The magazine focuses on men's apparel, design, and culture, but it also includes articles on food, films, health, sex, music, leisure, athletics, technology, and books.
The images shared show Eliud wearing some of the biggest & expensive fashion brands in the world including Fendi Men, Manolo Blahnik, Nike, Barton, Boateng, Issey Miyake Men, Rochas, Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna
The images, have sent out mixed emotions with the cost of the outfits standing out as the main topic, here are the pictures and the estimated costs.
Shirt, $630, and shorts, $890, by Fendi Men’s / Shoes, $795, by Manolo Blahnik / Socks, $22 (for six pairs), by Nike / Sunglasses, $415, by Barton Perreira
Vest (price upon request), shirt, $630, and pants, $680, by Etro / Shoes, $695, by Manolo Blahnik / Hat, and bracelet (on left arm throughout), stylist’s own
Coat, $2,665, by Issey Miyake Men / Jacket, $80, and pants, $80, by Nike / Shoes, $425, by Rochas / Sunglasses, $490, by Ahlem / Watch and bracelets (on right arm, throughout), his own
Suit, $5,995, by Ermenegildo Zegna XXX / Shirt, $395, by Ermenegildo Zegna / Shoes, $980, by Gucci / Socks, $29, by Falke / Ring (throughout), his own
Blazer, $5,995, by Ralph Lauren / Tank top, $70, by Nike / Pants (price upon request), by Givenchy / Shoes, $775, by Jimmy Choo / Sunglasses, $280, by Giorgio Armani
Suit, $4,595, shirt, $595, and belt, $495, by Brunello Cucinelli / Sneakers, $180, by Nike
Shirt, $1,850, by Hermès / Pants, $5,200, and shoes, $980, by Gucci / Socks, $37, by Bresciani / Sunglasses, $895, by Jacques Marie Mage
Jacket, $1,225, by Herno / Shirt, $69, by Guess / Pants, $795, by Wales Bonner / Belt, $495, by Brunello Cucinelli
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