From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
Sneakers are just the beginning in this all-things-sportswear sale. (But what a beginning, with white leather slip-ons and metallic leather sneakers among the pairs up for grabs.) From hoodies and parkas to tank tops and skate shorts, with an edgy contrast-sleeve blazer thrown in for good measure, adidas SLVR’s stripped-down take on athletic style is as ready for action as you are.
Combining adidas' mania for performance-ready clothing and runway-ready design, the shirts, pants and accessories of adidas SLVR are pared down for the design- (and eco-) conscious man. A good example are the cotton skate shorts that stop right above the knee but don't fall victim to the baggy-skater/ droopy-short trap. Other standouts include a pair of organic twill cotton pants that are slim but not too tight for action.
Put the shirt on your back with this brand blowout. Featuring go-to tailors like Façonnable, Ted Baker, Duncan Quinn and Calvin Klein, as well as edgier upstarts like Ever, ComingSoon and Billy Reid (<i>GQ</i>’s designer of the year), there are also plenty of brands that carve out their own unique style niche by walking the line between banker and artist. Check out the goods from Rogues Gallery, Converse John Varvatos and Alpha Industries, or stock up on T-shirts from kings of cotton C & C California, James Perse and adidas SLVR.