Deion Sanders’ sons Shedeur and Shilo steals the spotlight with stylish fashion statements at the Louis Vuitton 2024 Show

Upon assuming the role of Colorado Buffaloes coach in 2022, Deion Sanders made it clear that his distinctive style extends beyond the football field, declaring he’s bringing his luggage and it’s ‘Louis Vuitton.’ He has proved his words right as his two sons recently stole the spotlight at the Louis Vuitton 2024 show. 

Beyond their gridiron prowess, Buffaloes standouts Shedeur and Shilo Sanders showcased their multifaceted talents by trading helmets for high fashion. 

Deion Sanders’ sons shine as models at Louis Vuitton 2024 Show

Shedeur and Shilo Sanders, University of Colorado players, participated in the Louis Vuitton 2024 Show, wearing pieces designed by Pharrell for the luxury brand.

Deion Sanders
Via People

Shedeur and Shilo aimed to transcend their football identity, expressing a desire to be recognized for more than just their athletic achievements.

Their father and coach, Deion Sanders, approved their trip to Paris. The coordination was managed by their business representative, Constance Schwartz-Morini, who also handles their sponsorship contracts at SMAC Entertainment in Los Angeles.

Shilo, a safety, wore an orange camouflage bubble coat over a plaid shirt, paired with brown pants and a duffle bag.

Shedeur, the quarterback, donned a green pearl button-down shirt under an orange vest, complemented by orange camouflage pants.

Before the show, the brothers met Pharrell Williams in Paris, with Louis Vuitton’s men’s creative director overseeing the event.

Shedeur and Shilo Sanders showcased confidence on the runway. Pharrell shared words of wisdom with Shilo and Shedeur, encouraging them to appreciate the moments they experienced during the fashion show.

Shilo inquired about obtaining merchandise, prompting Pharrell Williams to assure them and express his intention to send items to Deion Sanders, acknowledging his unique representation style.

How many kids does Deion Sanders have?

Deion Sanders, who once faced seven day prison sentence is a father of five children, with two: a daughter, Deiondra, 31, and a son, Deion Jr., 30, from his first wife, Carolyn Chambers; and three: Shilo, 23, and Shedeur, 21, and daughter Shelomi, 20, from his second wife, Pilar Biggers-Sanders.

Both daughters are talented basketball players, and all three sons, Shilo, Shedeur, and Deion Jr., play football.

Deion Sanders
Via MLive.com

Deion Sanders coached Shilo and Shedeur at Jackson State, illustrating his combination of love for children and sports.

Shilo, born on Feb. 9, 2000, received a football scholarship offer from Florida State but chose to play at the University of South Carolina. After Deion became the head coach at Jackson State, Shilo transferred in 2020. 

In December 2022, Deion Sanders took the head coaching job at the University of Colorado Boulder, and Shilo decided to follow him after earning a degree from Jackson State.

Shedeur Sanders, born on Feb. 7, 2002, started his football career at Trinity Christian-Cedar Hill School in Texas, where his father was an offensive coordinator. Shedeur initially committed to Florida Atlantic University but flipped to Jackson State in 2021, signing historic brand deals with Gatorade, Beats by Dre, and BRADY.

Shedeur now plays for his father at the University of Colorado Boulder, where Deion Sanders officially announced him as the quarterback at a press conference in December 2022.

Now, both Shilo and Shedeur play for their father, who is the coach of the Colorado Buffaloes and known for caring about his athletes, and with their recent fashion show appearance, they have proved that their talents extend beyond the football field like their father.

Maheen Zaib

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