Founders Joe Haller and Ian Hannula originally planned N.I.C.E. Collective as a record label, but in 1997, the San Francisco-based duo decided to focus on fashion instead, and a clothing label was born. It was a lucky break for stylish guys everywhere. Because now, after more than a decade, the brand is still turning out elegantly deconstructed shirts, militaristic canvas parkas, ultra-light sweaters, and slim, utilitarian trousers. The soft, carefully aged fabrics, means that each piece feels like a beloved favorite you’ve had forever.
Sting, Kanye, Bono — mono-monikered men, particularly those who rock — love Nice Collective's lean line of deconstructed duds. It makes a lot of sense, considering the fact that founders Joe Haller and Ian Hannula originally planned Nice Collective as a record label. This San Francisco-based duo ended up focusing on fashion instead, turning out elegantly tattered shirts, militaristic canvas parkas, gauzy striped sweaters and ultra-cool combat boots. In other words, Nice Collective's clothes are the rock star uniform. Using super-soft, carefully aged fabrics, each piece feels like a beloved favorite you’ve had forever.
Whether you’re in the market for a bold, paisley print dress shirt, a crisp button-front for that next big meeting, or just a Henley to hang out in, we’ve got you covered in this sale. And we’ve got a whole selection of sweaters and sweatshirts to keep you warm, too. All for less than $75. Not bad, if we don’t say so ourselves.
From elegant sportcoats to dress shirts to footwear and more, this sale is chock full of ways to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
A sharp shirt is a truly indispensable wardrobe item. But there isn't just one type of sharp shirt. You need something for the office, of course. But you also need a solid selection of off-the-clock options. In this massive sale, we’ve got you covered on all fronts.