Blondey McCoy
Skateboarder, Artist
Tabatha Fireman/BFC

Fashion , Art , Toys

It can be hard to know what to call Blondey McCoy. After initially bursting onto the London skate scene as a prodigiously talented young teenager, McCoy has now done everything from modelling, to creating his own line, to becoming a respected artist. Over the course of the last year, McCoy’s stock has continued to rise. As well as continuing to skate for adidas and be the face of Palace, Blondey was also featured in a Burberry campaign, worked with Damien Hirst, and has taken his own label, Thames, to new heights with strong collections and collaborations with Fred Perry and Stephen Webster.
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