Born into humble beginnings in 1934, Giorgio Armani dressed department store windows in Milan before training under Nino Cerruti. In 1975, he debuted his eponymous line with a single men’s collection. By the 80s, the Armani silhouette would define the power suit and — with a little help from Richard Gere in American Gigolo — bring a new refinement, neutral palette and classic Italian tailoring, not only to Hollywood, but the American mainstream. In 1981, he introduced Armani Jeans, a denim-based, youthful, more diverse collection than his signature high-end lines. Today, Armani stores number over 2000 worldwide, and his brand, which includes hotels, fragrances, diffusion lines, haute couture and housewares, has become a byword for the quality, elegance, and sophistication for which we look to Italian style.
Give the ragged old tees in your drawer a rest and spruce up your off-duty gear with this massive selection of t-shirts and henleys from brands like York St. by J. Press, American Apparel, Gilded Age, and more. Whether you opt for a camo-print tee or a solid henley, this sale will ensure your casual attire stays up to date — without breaking the bank.
End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on pieces from some of your favorite designers, including 7 for All Mankind, John Varvatos, and Gant by Michael Bastian, among others. You’ll find everything here from polos and espadrilles to sportcoats and cufflinks. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about — but only after you’ve made your picks.
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.
Legendary for his impeccable tailoring, Giorgio Armani has carried over his attention to detail into his denim line — which features razor sharp denim plus slim-fitting sport shirts, and our favorite: the meticulously burnished leather jacket. It has all the character of something you’ve had for years, without the hassle of actually breaking it in yourself.