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About John Varvatos Footwear

To create his chic, edgy men’s footwear, John Varvatos draws inspiration from his hometown of Detroit and the charismatic rock musicians it has spawned — including Jack White, Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop. The John Varvatos Collection, Varvatos’ flagship label, includes shoes and boots that evoke rocker chic, industrial mystique, and classic Americana; think stone-colored Chelsea boots constructed from Italian calf skin, distressed leather boots, and deep blue suede slip-on loafers accented with decorative lobster-claw clasps. Oxfords, wingtips, brogue boots — Varvatos does them all, adding contrast stitching, antiqued buckles, and other finishing touches to make each style his own. If those designs sound too fancy, worry not, rough-and-tumble dudes: Varvatos’ secondary clothing line, John Varvatos Star USA, offers motorcycle boots, hand-treated suede Schooner boat shoes, and casual hipster chukka boots for everyday wear. And let’s not forget Converse John Varvatos, the designer’s successful collaboration with the famous footwear brand. No wonder the very rock icons who inspire Varvatos are now some of his biggest fans.

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Sale Ended October 22, 2012

Dress Shoes

From cap toes and wingtips to chukkas, loafers, and more, we’ve got every kind of dress shoe on offer in this encyclopedic sale. So whether you’re looking for a new pair for the office or something that can pull double duty with jeans and a jacket on the weekends, you’re sure to find the perfect pick right here.

Sale Ended August 18, 2014

Accessories: Up to 80% Off

Belts, bags, sunglasses, and more ways to punch up your look without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended July 23, 2014

Colorful Dress Shirts Feat. Ledbury

Refresh your summer wardrobe with stripes, checks, solids, and more.

Sale Ended August 01, 2014

Wedding Essentials: Tuxedos

Look your best with formalwear from Corneliani, Martin Greenfield, Hickey Freeman, and more.