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Bryce Harper explained the thinking behind his award-winning All-Star Game Red Carpet look

Bryce Harper's fashion game is on point. It's why he uses two hair dryers. After lapping the T-Mobile Home Run Derby participants with his on-field look, he lapped everyone again at the All-Star Game Red Carpet on Tuesday afternoon. 
He arrived sharply dressed in a navy blue and red windowpane suit, complete with custom Bryce Harper American flag loafers and even a personalized pocket square. 
But the piece de resistance was the lining on his jacket: 

"It's one of my favorite things to do because they do such a good job," Harper said of the lining which was loaded with D.C. iconography. "The monuments, White House, American eagle -- bald eagle, not American eagle, but I call it American eagle," Harper said with a laugh.  
Harper wasn't quite sure what he was going to wear on the red carpet. "Either I could do an Apollo Creed top hat," he said, "or I could go with something like this." 
Mookie Betts seemed to agree that this look was the way to go. Betts, who was last year's most fashionable player on the red carpet, gave this year's award to Harper: