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About Ca$hmere

Many labels strive to reinvent knitwear, but few do so as dramatically as Ca$hmere. Fracture-pattern cardigan sweaters, hoodie sweatshirts emblazoned with graphic tree branch detail, polo shirts embroidered with dollar signs or symbols, and asymmetrical zip sweatshirts with contrasting striped arms are just some of the distinctive designs you’ll find in Ca$hmere’s collection of sportswear and accessories for men and women. Founded by NYC-based fashion designers John Scher and Deedo Lo in 2006, Ca$hmere draws upon irreverent humor and references to nature for many of its wares, which also feature embroidery and intarsia.

Past Sales Featuring Ca$hmere

Sale Ended November 12, 2010

Sweaters in Your Size: S - 11/5/2010

From wardrobe building block to outfit-maker, the sweater is one of the most versatile pieces in your closet, and luckily we've got a whole slew of them in your size.

Sale Ended February 25, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended November 13, 2010

Ca$hmere - 11/11/2010

Many labels strive to reinvent cashmere, but few do so as dramatically as Ca$hmere (a mission the name of the company somewhat gives away). We've selected a few of their most eye-catching designs for your shopping pleasure—from an intricate white silhouette of a tree on an inky black background, or a black cardigan with bright green lines that jag across the arms like lasers.

Sale Ended November 07, 2010

Shirts, Shirts, Shirts

A stylish man doesn't need an excuse to pull together a natty ensemble, but he does need the proper shirt. Our massive sale has hundreds of button-downs by the likes of Seize Sur Vingt, Calvin Klein, and Gilded Age, as well as polos from a slew of sporty designers. So rest assured: You'll be covered no matter what the occasion—or lack thereof.