Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair

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About Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair

Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair debuted in 2004, when Swedish fashion designers Astrid Olsson and Lee Cotter banded together, borrowed a name from an old shoe-making shop in London, and launched their own clothing and footwear label. The duo’s deft pairing of classic wardrobe essentials (men’s cotton button-down shirts and leather high-top sneakers, high-heel “V cuff” ankle boots for women) and adventurously fashion-forward pieces (a pure cotton parachute parka, a denim-style leather jacket) caught on with stylish men and women, and in 2006 the brand opened its first shop in Stockholm. Since then, Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair has branched out with a smaller, made-to-order imprint collection called Shoerepair by the No. And they did it all without resoling a single pair of wingtips.

Past Sales Featuring Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair

Sale Ended November 04, 2011

Get the Look: Weekend Wear

Sure, you can lose the tie when the weekend hits, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to slip into your finest workout gear and pretend it’s proper clothing. Make sure your off-the-clock look is up to snuff with this collection of casual gear. From perfectly slim jeans and jackets to sturdy bags and sneakers, it’s everything you need to keep that style kicking on Saturday and Sunday.

Sale Ended March 06, 2012

Shirt Shop

A sharp shirt is a truly indispensable wardrobe item. But there isn't just one type of sharp shirt. You need something for the office, of course. But you also need a solid selection of off-the-clock options. In this massive sale, we’ve got you covered on all fronts.

Sale Ended January 23, 2012

City Smart: Slim Trousers, Blazers & Boots

Call it a one-stop shop for the discerning urbanite. This sale has everything you need to look your best on a day out in the city — from fitted sport coats and blazers to trim trousers and boots better suited to the sidewalk than the back woods. Grab something great, and take on the town in style.

Sale Ended June 29, 2011

Red, White, and Blue: Independence Day Style

We’re all for patriotism, especially around the Fourth of July, but that “These Colors Don’t Run” American-flag shirt that you bought from a street vendor isn’t exactly the height of style. Fix up your red, white, and blue game here with a slew of picks that run the gamut from shoelaces to swim trunks to a three-piece luggage set.