The singer, actor, and model Quincy Brown—offspring of the late Kim Porter and R&B crooner Al B. Sure (with a bonus dad in P. Diddy)—let us accompany him as he got ready for the Coach Fall 2022 runway show at the Sixty LES in downtown Manhattan. He’s been attending the in-person Coach shows for the last four seasons.
One of our first introductions to Quincy was at his extravagant, star-studded 16th birthday that aired on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16. Named after his godfather Quincy Jones, the New York native made his acting debut in the 2012 film We the Party and popped up as Jaleel in the 2015 seminal hip hop film Dope. He followed it with a feature turn as Derek Jones in Star, the Lee Daniels TV drama vehicle. Most recently you can catch him in a recurring role in Power Book III: Raising Kanan.
Having a model for a mother and a bonus father who has a popular clothing line means you’ll no doubt be exposed to the fashion industry. Quincy modeled in Sean John campaigns alongside his brothers in the brand’s early days. He also strutted down the runway in Naomi Campbell’s Ebola awareness in 2015. In 2020, he became the brand ambassador for Coach New York watches and was a part of a fashion campaign for the Coach and Bape collaboration. As Quincy would say, he ain’t new to this game.
“Being able to mix pieces with leathers is a fashion special move. Comfortable is key for me. My final look has to not only look right but feel right,” says Quincy on his settled upon look for the day. Below, check out the slick fit that he wore to the latest Coach runway show.