Though it’s no longer directed by the fashion designer whose name it still uses, Alessandro Dell'Acqua continues to produce peerless men’s and women’s clothing that captures the essence of Italian style. For women, Alessandro Dell'Acqua serves up a collection of slinky little black dresses, printed corsets, satin skirts, ultra-feminine perfumes, and Rouge: a line of leather sneakers accented with zippers, buckles, and other edgy embellishments. For men, the label designs lace-up trainers, cropped pants, zip-up jackets in neutral tones, and classic trench coats that mix continental refinement with London rocker chic. The original Alessandro Dell'Acqua, for his part, continues to design clothing through his label N°21.
Once in a while, we wind up with some great items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But there’s a silver lining — we've put all our stylish leftovers in one place for easy browsing (and picking). We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.
Whether you're keeping it casual or need a comfortable pair of kicks to hit the gym, this sale has it all. Featuring brands like Tretorn, G-Star, Ben Sherman, SeaVees, and more, you’ll find plenty of ways to enhance your look from the ground up.
Before you lace up your menacing-but-in-a-good-way Alessandro Dell’Acqua high-tops, take your pick between Generra’s versatile cotton pants and Paige Premium Denim’s wide variety of stylish jeans. Keep things casual with an array of lightweight tops from C&C California, or opt for a heavier set of jackets and sweaters (also from Generra). Either way, this sale can just about complete your wardrobe.
In 2004 Italian designer Alessandro Dell'Acqua kicked off his collection of men’s shoes, but in the fashion world, he was already a household name. With successful womenswear and accessory lines under his belt, his foray into men’s, which also includes ready-to-wear, was natural. With a selection that ranges from patent-leather oxfords to shiny Velcro-bound high-tops, Alessandro Dell'Acqua likes his shoes the way he likes everything else: black and white, sleek and sophisticated.