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About Kidrobot

Who said you have to grow up completely? Kidrobot certainly didn’t. Makers of limited-edition art toys and apparel, this urban retailer collaborates with top international design pros — think graffiti artists, musicians, and illustrators — in crafting its designs. The brand's unique look has earned it a cult following among sharp dressed celebs like Jay-Z and Robert Downey Jr, and several of its designer toys are now part of the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.

Past Sales Featuring Kidrobot

Sale Ended August 09, 2010

Corpus, Kidrobot, Farah & Factory People

Corpus' body of work ranges from skinny jeans to cotton cardigans to hemp V-necks. All boast the label's avant-garde sensibility. Both Factory People and Farah offer soft separates — a range of colorful sweaters from the former, subdued and thoughtful sweatshirts and henleys from the latter. The through line, meanwhile, of Kidrobot's T-shirts and baseball caps is colorful, witty and slightly subversive cartoons.

Sale Ended April 10, 2011

T-Shirts in Your Size: XXL - 4/8/2011

Every guy knows you can never have too many T-shirts. Casual, comfortable, and stylishly easygoing—they’re the perfect, no-fuss way to cover your top half. And in this sale, everything in the massive selection is just your size. So go ahead. Stock up.

Sale Ended November 21, 2010

Jackets and Coats in Your Size: M - 11/19/2010

To all those size-medium men who've coveted a particular jacket or coat on Gilt only to click through and discover we're out of their size, good news: This sale is tailored expressly for you. We've got outerwear by Fred Perry, Patrick Ervell, Ann Demeulemeester, Diesel, Y-3, and more. And it's all in your size, so you can say goodbye to sample-sale disappointment—at least while you're shopping on Gilt.

Sale Ended February 17, 2010

Kid Robot and LNA

Graphic tees don’t get much cooler than Kid Robot’s limited-edition, pop art-inspired designs. You can also raise your street-art cred by sporting one of this irreverent brand’s logoed caps, polos or rugby shirts. California-based company LNA, on the other hand, is all about the solids – tees, henleys, cardigans – in cotton and hemp.