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About Modern Amusement

Based in California and inspired by its laid-back, party-loving lifestyle, Modern Amusement's bright-colored, clean styles — which often feature its crow logo — are the uniform of indie artists and chic surfers alike. The label strives for easy wearability fused with avant-garde design, finding inspiration in everything from industrial devices to 1930s motorcycles to the abstract paintings of Mark Rothko.

Past Sales Featuring Modern Amusement

Sale Ended March 29, 2010

Fuse Women's Final Sale

Think of every trend that’s sparked your interest lately, then immediately check out this sale. Chances are good you’ll find it here — and interpreted in a way that surpasses expectations. Flowy satin jumpsuit? Check. Metallic boyfriend blazer? Check. Ruffle-front bib top? Check and check. (This one’s plaid.)

Sale Ended August 28, 2010

Final Sale: Up to 90% Off - 8/23/2010

From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.

Sale Ended October 08, 2009

Modern Amusement, Generra, Kova & T - 10/05/2009

Casually cool labels Modern Amusement, Kova & T and Generra serve up trans-seasonal essentials like long tanks, grandpa cardigans and the coolest stirrup leggings. Shop this amazing sale to fill in your fall wardrobe.

Sale Ended October 20, 2010

Check, Please!

Plaid, like drink, is good in moderation. Don't do any tomfool thing like wearing all these plaids together but do carefully apportion out these bright examples of plaid at its best. From Steven Alan's famous plaid shirts to a deep green seersucker plaid blazer from Tailor Vintage to plaid sneakers courtesy of Simple, this is a primer in plaid, a thesis on checks. Study it well and wear it better.