On a scale from Barkley, whose style Josh describes as universal and bold, to McCaffrey, who leans more towards simple, chic styles, Zech falls somewhere in the middle. Josh’s agency, PEÆK, has an inventory that caters to their varied preferences.
PEÆK has an interchangeable spelling and its meaning aligns with its goal of helping athletes look, feel and, in turn, play their best.
“The peak means I want those I style to peak in their respective careers and lives with goals; I want it to just be deeper in fashion,” Josh said.
“Peek means I want my clients to be noticed by what they’re wearing, to have people stare at them when they’re wearing their clothes. I think it brings confidence, knowing that you’re good-looking, but other people are looking at you. notice as well.”‘
Even when they’re not working for a match match, Zech still seeks out his brother’s styling expertise.
The two often FaceTime, talk about football, family and goals while Zech poses in front of his rigged iPhone and Josh perfects his outfits.
It’s already been a banner year for the McPhearson clan – which boasts eight athletic siblings: Gerrick Jr., Derrick, Emmanuel, Jeremiah, Matthew, Josh, Zech and Kimberly. And the best is yet to come.
Josh has expressed interest in expanding his influence beyond the NFL, considering opportunities to work with individuals in other sports and in the broader realm of entertainment.
As for Zech, he enjoyed a successful second season, earning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after a stellar performance in the team’s season opener – he totaled 2 special teams tackles and recovered a surprise kick in the third quarter that set up a scoring streak in the 38-35 win at Detroit. He recorded his first career sack in the 22-16 win over the Giants in Week 18, and recorded a memorable tackle on a punt return in Saturday’s playoff game.
He and his team are less than a week away from a monumental Eagles vs. 49ers matchup to decide which team will represent the NFC in Super Bowl LVII.
Ambition runs rampant for the McPhearsons – their father, Gerrick, and mother, Kim, raised them on a lesson they hold dear in all of their endeavors.
“My dad always tells me, he tells all my (brothers and sisters), including Zacharie, that our best days in life are ahead of us,” Josh said. “So that’s my view. My best days in life are ahead of me.”
And he knows Zech’s are too.
“He’s been through so much to get where he is, from being at Penn State, not playing, transferring to Texas Tech and becoming an All-American. He just endured all of those phases as he was just going through a lot, to get to where he is, to overcome all of these hardships and all of these obstacles,” Josh said.
“My family is extremely proud of him. He represents our family and our family name in a great light.”