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About Ksubi

Melbourne-based surfers Dan Single and George Gorrow founded Ksubi in 2000 after becoming fed up with fashion’s denim offerings. Unable to find a pair of jeans that fit properly, Single and Gorrow launched their own clothing line — originally called Tsubi — and quickly became cult favorites in Australia. Riding that wave of success, the designing duo expanded Ksubi to include men’s and women’s sunglasses and eyewear, classic leather shoes and boots, dresses, and other threads and accessories. From wildly printed women’s cut-off denim shorts to black and gold-embroidered bomber jackets, Ksubi’s clothing expertly balances high-end sophistication and brash edge.

Past Sales Featuring Ksubi

Sale Ended April 15, 2013

Spring Bottoms: Chic Skirts & Classic Shorts

Now that the weather is finally warming up, it's time to show a little leg. Have some fun — and avoid reaching for the same staples — in everything from patterned patchwork minis and bold ikat shorts to bird-flecked midis and congac cut-offs.

Sale Ended May 18, 2013

Essentials: The Dark Jean

Meet the components of classic, versatile style for the season: the everyday dress, the perfect tee, the dark jean, the high-heel sandal, and the standout necklace.

Sale Ended April 29, 2013

Denim: Size 29

Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a great pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe. Which is why we've put together this array of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands, broken down by size so you can snap up the perfect pair. Getting the blues never looked so good!

Sale Ended July 10, 2013

Denim Guide: Work

Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a perfect pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe. Which is why we've put together this array of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands, from Vince to Earnest Sewn. You’ll find sexy waxed jeggings for a night out, distressed cut-offs for the weekend, dark, high-waisted flares for work, and pastel-hued crops made for sunny getaways. Getting the blues never looked so good.

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