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In 1898, 16-year-old Luigi Bianchi set off from the Italian province of Mantova bound for Turin, the storied capital of northern Italy's tradition of master tailoring. By 1911, he’d founded his own label and began designing luxury men’s clothing. Bianchi's company remains a family affair, but has evolved from a single line into a tailoring house with two distinct imprints: the casual-cool LBM 1911, and a more classically minded offering aptly titled Luigi Bianchi Mantova (also nicknamed Lubiam). The little brother of the more luxurious Luigi Bianchi Mantova line of suits and outerwear, LBM 1911 embodies the very best of casual Italian style. From unstructured cotton moleskin-blend blazers to twill sport coats, slim jeans and trousers, every garment epitomizes calculated nonchalance. It may be easygoing, but it’s also expertly and exactingly cut and tailored.

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Past Sales Featuring LBM 1911 & more

Sale Ended July 25, 2014

Swimming in Prints

Even if you wear a conservative suit to work, that’s no reason you can’t show off a bit of personality at the beach. That’s exactly what this selection is designed to help you do. Featuring trim, classically-cut trunks from brands like Brooks Brothers, 2(x)ist, Theory, and more, this sale has plenty of ways to stand out on the sand.

Sale Ended December 31, 2013

Sunday Night Steals

End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on some of menswear’s greatest hits. Here you’ll find everything from denim and sneakers, to bomber jackets and topcoats. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about (but only after you’ve made your picks).

Sale Ended July 17, 2014

Early Access: Luca Roda

Luca Roda designs clothing that is refined, but he’s not afraid of a little irreverence. Add some of that elegance into your wardrobe with these luxury blazers, shirts, ties, and more, and wear them with a little attitude.

Sale Ended November 17, 2013

Luigi Bianchi Mantova - 11/15/2013

Why are Italian men so well-dressed? They have a solid stable of jackets, suits, and neckwear in their repertoire. This sale features all the hallmarks of Italian tailoring — suits, unstructured sportcoats, cotton blazers and elegant ties — from Luigi Bianchi Mantova, one of the country's best respected houses.