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About Junya Watanabe

Cult designer Junya Watanabe, protégé of the legendary Rei Kawakubo, makes womens and mens clothing that is simultaneously intensely cerebral and incredibly wearable. Long-hailed for his avant-garde approach to fashion, the Japanese designer founded his eponymous label in 1993 after working for Comme des Garcons for eight years. Famously inscrutable in interviews, Watanabe prefers to let his work speak for itself, and the cutting-edge materials (glow-in-the-dark fibers, for instance) and inspired construction of the shirts, shoes, wallets and cardigans (think unexpected zippers, origami-like folds of tissued fabric and more) are perfect for people looking for the perfect understated statement piece – Junya Watanabe is responsible for a blend of startling and subtle that few can hope to match.

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Sale Ended October 11, 2013

On Trend: Camo

Camouflage might have been developed to help soldiers blend into deserts and jungles, but we don't know of a print that's more ubiquitous right now. Rather than serving to help you blend into the crowd, these camo pieces from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Bespoken, Ian Velardi, and others, ranging from cardigans to boots to bags, are now the most stylish way to stand out.

Sale Ended April 05, 2013

Final Few

Once in a while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But alas, there’s a silver lining, we've put all our stylish leftovers in one place for your easy picking. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.

Sale Ended April 02, 2015

Americana Cool Feat. Gant by Michael Bastian

New prep staples, featuring the American designer's collectible collaboration

Sale Ended June 29, 2015

Keep Your Cool: Linen Layers

Look sharp in breezy pieces by Aqua by Toscano, General Assembly, and more