Michael Vick failed miserably to lead the Philadelphia Eagles into February, but he's hoping to have better luck at landing himself a seat at the Super Bowl of fashion.
The controversial NFL star is working hard to land a front row seat at New York's legendary Fashion Week, according to the New York Post. Vick's publicist has been snooping around to get the Eagles quarterback an invite to the event that shapes the prevailing taste in style.
Vick spent 548 days at Leavenworth federal prison in Kansas for his role in a dogfighting ring. During his prison sentence, Vick's now-fiancee, Kljafa Frink, moved to Leavenworth to be closer to Vick.
While the NFL reinstated him, the Post reports Vick has struggled so far to find a front-row invite to Fashion Week. New York hosts the event twice a year, which allows fashion designers to show off their latest collections in runway shows.
An insider from the event told the paper that people were "curious" to see "who will have him."
New York Knicks star Amar'e Stoudemire sat front row at Fashion Week last year and parlayed that into a big money fashion line deal with Rachel Roy.
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