Launching a successful solo career after a hot 7 year run with a band is no easy feat. Despite the odds, Joe Jonas is not only rising to the challenge but also doing so in Wolf and Shepherds.

After the last Jonas Brothers album was canceled in 2013 and the band went their separate ways, Joe Jonas took initiative and began assembling his own armada of gunslingers to further dent the music industry. By recruiting former Jonas Brother drummer Jack Lawless, South Korean guitarist Jinjoo Lee and bassist Cole Whittle, Joe Jonas would form the vivacious dance-rock group DNCE.

The band’s debut 2015 release, “Cake by the Ocean,” crushed expectations. Reaching no. 9 in Billboard Hot 100 as well as over 283 million views on Youtube, DNCE was even nominated for Favorite New Artist for the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards. DNCE performed on Ellen last year and currently has 11 million listeners a month on Spotify (ranking the band as the 119th Most Played Artist in the World).

Legend Magazine’s recent coverage of Joe Jonas (pictured above) not only shows his iconic style, but also his attention to detail. Sporting a black and white leather Versace jacket, he completes the outfit with a pair of sleek Wolf and Shepherd patent polished Closer Captoes. Not only does the man look ready to sign a record deal but also feels ready to perform for British Royalty.

Black leather sleeves accompanied with onyx flavored shoes appropriates sophistication to stylish rockstar culture -- a deadly combination. With the look and feel of Wolf and Shepherd, Joe Jonas could be the first of many performers to style our collection.

Joe Jonas and DNCE will be playing in the Get IN It MusicFest 2017, headlining with names such as Lupe Fiasco and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.