With a combined 25 years of experience in the optical industry, two brothers and a sister decided to start their own brand of eyewear. Founded in Miami, Collins Bridge (an homage to the structure that connects Miami to Miami Beach) names all its eyewear after familiar places or streets in the sun-soaked city — Chase, Lincoln, Wynwood. But while the glasses are stylish and popular amongst the locals, it’s the frames recycling program that’s impressive. Once a customer buys one pair of shades or frames, they can ship back their old pair to be refurbished by the fine trio of siblings. Those frames then get sent to a family in need. Look good, do good. It’s win/win.
Since founding their groundbreaking blog Street Etiquette in 2008, Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi have become two of the most influential voices in menswear — both for the effortless and inimitable way they put their own spin on vintage style, and because, well, they just happen to be two of the coolest dudes on the planet. Period. We're thrilled to be working with them on this sale, which features a selection of photo prints from their amazing recent editorial spread, "Slumflower," as well as an assortment of suits, shoes, accessories, and more, all hand-selected by Travis and Joshua.
Your outfit changes daily (or so we hope!), but if you’re like most guys, your accessories stay more or less the same from one day to the next. This sale is here to help you make sure they’re nice ones, with bags from WANT Les Essentiels De La Vie, Jack Spade, Tumi, and more, plus pens, specs, wallets, and everything else you need to complete your office look.
Make sure you’re ready for some well-earned R&R — or properly outfitted for your business trip — with our selection of must-have travel gear including Filson flasks and dopp kits, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie iPhone cases, Gant eyeglasses, and more.
Looking to stand out among the specs-wearing crowd? Grab a pair of modern, Miami-inspired frames from Collins Bridge. The sale features a variety of styles, from their wayfarer-like to rectangular, and a variety of hues, from tortoiseshell, all-black, and two-toned.