Kyle Kuzma has come a long way from Flint, Michigan to Los Angeles. Take a look at his favorite spots in the city as he visits with Alex Chang, Victor Solomon, and Mike Amiri. From restaurants to art studios, to the biggest names in fashion, Kyle takes us to his favorite gems throughout the City of Angels, presented by Alaska Airlines. #AlaskaFLYBY

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I've always wanted to live in Los Angeles ever since I was a little kid just from growing up in a small city like you want to be in the big city you know once I moved here it was just like two peas in a pod pretty much growing up as a kid I never would left the state I never I hardly ever really left Flint I think on in Utah that was already a big enough cultural shock then going all the way to LA just totally different and I expanded my horizons this summer about just eating different because I've always been a picky eater I experienced couscous for the first time what else quinoa I'm glad I play basketball because I'll probably be like 300 pounds right now for sure our menu and our inspiration is driven by the products that we can get we can get the best produce in America people in LA I love to eat like really fresh food and so we really just like let those ingredients sing ultimately we just want to have a place that means something to the city and is very unique to LA what comes with travel was definitely food no it was pretty good it's pretty fun to you know see what other cultures eat every little city has a different type of taste once I moved here I just wanted to make this my home and I've seen a lot of the city I bought a house here and quick year and a half that I've been in the league so I had like college house at first I just had plain walls with TV I thought I was just popping when I just had a TV but I was like man this is boring I'm linked to some people's houses and they have heart I'm like man I gotta get this so Los Angeles is an amazing place to be able to have the freedom to explore creativity with this project in particular taking a material that is so loaded with a very specific class disparity and then taking a sport that has no barrier to entry and everyone can participate it is a really interesting and clean platform for storytelling a conversation is definitely unique we made something special for you this is sweet right here so it's a porcelain basketball mmm that I break and rejoin with this Japanese technique called kansui right and it's all about sort of celebrating an imperfection of a vessel which I felt like paralleled the athlete's journey perfectly it nothing's perfect exactly I don't really believe in pressure my job is easy like I play basketball no I think pressure is trying to make it out of Flint you know this is this is fun like I don't I don't really see no pressure no coming into league you know you think you dress nice and then you see your team mission in my own all right pigment the I'm like six nine long like unproportional like person for like clothes and you know you're not gonna head then a Gucci store or go into a warehouse where they got hella clothes like you know that's like perfect for me and I could pick out and build the relationship what's cool about modern luxury and modern fashion is it's not so strict anymore new luxury is about being yourself and being relaxed and the question is how do you make things that are relaxed but still at the highest caliber so I think starting with the best materials in the world gives you the best starting point I always enjoy seeing people wear my clothes because it always shows me that this person that I imagine wearing this like exists and that idea found the person that it was meant to connect to being from Los Angeles I remember kind of growing up and the one thing I would always kind of look at was the guys wearing their purple and gold and watching like this new generation of guys like you reminds me of that so I thought this might be perfect for you yeah this far I appreciate it yeah of course man it's good Oh crazy I just feel like I'm not a celebrity so I when I go places they used to annoy me like me I can't do this they can't do that but I pretty much asked for this now I look back at it it's like I wouldn't want it any other way

50 thoughts on “Kyle Kuzma's Guide to Los Angeles | FLY BY

  1. They finnessin the shit outa kuz… our ingredients are the best in the world…the materials in our clothing best on the world… only 100$ + a meal and 1000$ + a t-shirt because ya know quality

  2. I pray to basketball gods for him to not get traded. He is built for LA. There is nobody in that Lakers team that is more suited to play in LA than him; not even LeBron. I feel Like LeBron is only there for the glamour of it. He's just there to retire.

  3. πŸ”ΊI fucks wit KUZ, he KNOWS of MEπŸ”ΊπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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