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About Alton Lane

Former financiers Colin Hunter and Peyton Jenkins founded Alton Lane in order to permanently change the ways men shop for clothing. An ambitious goal, you might say — but totally within reach for this dynamic designing duo. Raised in Virginia, Hunter and Jenkins hope to inspire a “tailored apparel revolution” by creating high-quality and high-tech men’s custom dress shirts, suits, silky ties, and other workwear essentials. Men who visit Alton Lane’s showrooms in NYC, Washington, D.C. or Boston can be measured by one of the company’s cutting-edge 3-D body scanners and order made-to-fit tuxedos, overcoats, blazers and pants. The brand also invites prospective customers to send their favorite garments to its NYC headquarters and have their new Alton Lane clothing altered to those measurements.

Past Sales Featuring Alton Lane

Sale Ended July 12, 2013

Ties, Bow Ties & Pocket Squares

Used to be that you wore a tie out of obligation. Now, it’s a matter of choice. So why not choose something cool? You’ll find plenty of great options —both neckties and bow ties — from brands like Brioni, Drakes of London, Brooks Brothers, and Ovadia & Sons, plus plenty of smart pocket squares to help complete the look.

Sale Ended July 22, 2013

Designer Picks: Up to 75% Off

This sale features some of the most covetable brands in menswear — Rick Owens, Michael Bastian, Pierre Balmain and Calvin Klein included — so you’ll find plenty of options to punch up your summer wardrobe, whether you're in the market for denim, leather jackets, sharp sportcoats, or casual tees.

Sale Ended March 29, 2013

Final Few

Once in a while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We've put a them all in one place for your easy picking. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended February 19, 2013

Get the Look: Street Style - 2/17/2013

The key to getting snapped by a street style photographer is in the details. A fedora here, a bowtie there, maybe a deliberate, loosely tied scarf. It's all about attracting just the right amount of attention without overdoing it. Whether it's statement-making sportcoats like the camo Monitaly blazer, the variety of patterned shirting for a burst of plaid or checks, or a slew of sleek footwear and accessories, there are plenty of options to punch up your outfit whether you're strutting through Lincoln Center or hanging out at your local bar.