rake's Style in "No Stylist"
Every time French Montana drops a single you better believe it’s going to be a hit, and with Drake on board for "No Stylist", the stage is set for an absolute rap anthem. With such premises, it’s no wonder that the Moroccan-American rapper got together a star-studded cast for the video, featuring guest appearances from a number of hip-hop style icons, from Slick Rick all the way to Young Thug.
As you can guess from the title, "No Stylist" is all about being a style icon without a stylist, something French and Drake take great pride in. Of course, this video is the perfect opportunity to showcase how deep their wardrobes are; it is as flashy as the two rappers, and the sheer number of stylish guests makes it feel like a competition on who can pull off the coolest outfit at times (spoiler: Young Thug in a skirt wins it for me).
Without further ado, let’s dive into the clothes shown in the video!
Outfits from the Music Video
Martine Rose T-Shirt
Black T-Shirt & Golden Track Pants
Leather Coat & White Tee with Black Denim
Black Bucket Hat
1:08 - With Slick Rick by his side, French Montana pulls out a black bucket hat for some old school hip hop vibes.
Black Denim Jacket & Black Hoodie
White Denim Jacket
1:40 - Denim jackets are easily among the most versatile items you can own, and Drake sure loves one. This time he wears a white one.
Gucci Cable Knit Jumper
2:57 - French Montana closes off the video as he started it: with some luxury. Here he rocks a Gucci cable knit jumper.
One criticism that could be raised about this video, is that there is too much style! The amount of guests (and the amount of style each one brings along) makes it so that there is barely enough room for French Montana and Drake to flaunt their own styles.
In the video, Drake comes across as his usual sporty-yet-stylish self. His choice in wardrobe is definitely not the flashiest or most unusual, but when you’re the biggest popstar in the world, probably comfort is a bigger priority than peacocking.
French, on the other hand, plays with his style more in the clip, showcasing different looks and even visiting different eras of hip-hop in doing so. His flexibility, however, comes at the cost of making it harder to draw the borders of what could be considered “his own style”. When in front of your wardrobe, make sure to mix it up, but don’t underestimate consistency.