words_Nick DePaula After taking a look at what the rookies, sophomores and contest contestants had in store for us on the casual side, here we have a look at the All-Stars taking part in Sunday's game. DWade shows off his version of high fashion, sticking with the nerd glasses as we saw last year. Wearing one of his forty-two pairs of designer shoes -- DRose keeps track -- the first-timer also nearly pulls off an All Black Everything look. No shoes can save this one. Chris Bosh is sure to be enjoying a rare quiet moment, and preparing his on-cue answers for the onslaught of free agency questions. Dynasty Highs. Track Pants. Hoody. Well done. Gerald Wallace (who damn sure deserves to be in the All-Star game!) sports the launch colorway of the Air Jordan 2010. Shoulda wore black socks. KD is certainly a simple guy, opting for a nice brown pair of Forces and little flair. Gucci! YES! The terms "Carmelo Anthony" and "well dressed" surprisingly might work in this case. Amar'e kept it low-key for the stressful weekend of trade rumors and uncertainty. AWKWARD. While the Phantom LeBron VII would've worked better with this All Black Everything fit, of course it's the Black/ White/ Metallic Gold VII that are next to release. Craig Sager is proud. Though KG isn't quite having a typical All-Star season, it's always great to see him involved. Zac says Rondo is better than CP. Thoughts? Surprisingly, with no Ed Hardy in sight, Dwight still keeps the bro factor going with some True Religion jeans. Rarely noted for his sideline style, Stan Van Gundy pulled out all the stops for his photo op. And the godfather of mailing it in -- Tim Duncan!! As an added bonus (....debatable), JC Penney also held a fashion show over the weekend. I'll let the official caption do the explaining: "NBA Legend Dominique Wilkins models during the Joe Joseph Abboud All-Star Fashion Show presented by JC Penny on center court at Jam Session presented by Adidas during NBA All Star Weekend at the Dallas Convention Center on February 13, 2010 in Dallas, Texas." Right.