You’d be hard-pressed to think of a brand that embodies Italian <i>sprezzatura</i> more than Italia Independent. Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Andrea Tessitore and Fiat heir/perennial best-dressed-list denizen Lapo Elkann, Italia Independent designs clothing, eyewear, shoes and accessories that play to the modern playboy’s penchant for looking effortlessly chic. The label’s offerings range from light blue cotton blazers and gray down jackets to crisp oxford button-down shirts perfect for the boardroom. Italia Independent also designs a line of women’s sunglasses, including velvet and silver-studded wayfarers as well as classic, no-frills aviators.
From teched-out trainers to trim tailoring, this sale blends easygoing casualwear with smart clothing and accessories. The result? A look that toes the line between dressed-down and dressed-up without sacrificing an ounce of style. It's just the thing for a guy that wants to keep moving forward.
From elegant sportcoats to dress shirts to footwear and more, this sale is chock full of ways to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
Sure, fall is right around the corner, but we’re not done with summer yet. And that means we’re not done with summer wedding season, either. Which is exactly why we’ve pulled together this assortment of essential picks for that upcoming nuptial celebration. Lay the right foundation with a stylishly refined suit, add a seasonally appropriate pop of color with bright shoes or accessories, top things off with a well-timed toast, and you’ll be good to go (just don’t upstage the groom).
Who says you can’t score a great suit for under 300 dollars? This collection — with pieces from top names like Joseph Abboud, John Varvatos, and Tommy Hilfiger — is proof that a man can look great on any budget. Whether it’s wool or cotton, herringbone or solid, this selection of suiting, blazers, and everything you need to go with them — from dress shirts from Calvin Klein to ties from Pierrepont Hicks — is the perfect way fix up, look sharp, and keep a few bucks in your pocket.