Fashion designers Brittany Pham and Devin Carlson named their men’s clothing label Fremont Apparel Company in honor of Las Vegas’ legendary Fremont Street: the place where U2 shot their video for “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” and where Rat Packers used to hang (the original Pack, with Frank, Dean and Sammy). Based in Los Angeles, Fremont Apparel has perfected the casual-cool look — think understated, rolled-up baggy pants and shorts, oversize cardigan sweaters, washed out t-shirts, and sporty zip-up jackets in printed leather or corduroy. With so many classic styles to choose from, you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for.
Fall weather is made for layers, and our buyers have rounded up an eclectic array of their favorites here. Mix and match pieces for morning or nighttime—you'll find soft knits, fall jackets and coats, cool denim, and easy tees.
Playful. Daring. Fresh. Curve-hugging and skin-baring dresses abound in this selection of after-hours frocks. We love the way Black Halo’s versatile dresses combine figure-flattering silhouettes with unexpected flashes of skin—and Fremont's edgy separates are perfect for covering up. Think slouchy cardigans, leather bombers, and sleek blazers with cool leather accents.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
Plaid, like drink, is good in moderation. Don't do any tomfool thing like wearing all these plaids together but do carefully apportion out these bright examples of plaid at its best. From Steven Alan's famous plaid shirts to a deep green seersucker plaid blazer from Tailor Vintage to plaid sneakers courtesy of Simple, this is a primer in plaid, a thesis on checks. Study it well and wear it better.