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.
Get in the ring for our Main Event and get up to 90% off the retail prices on more than 75 designers. These head-to-toe discounts run deep — be sure to check out Calvin Klein for suits, Y-3 for stylish techie pieces, Cockpit for rugged button-downs and Sperry Topsiders for preppy, shearling-lined boat shoes. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg (yes, we have that brand, too).
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.
From the all-American made threads of Propr to the goth cardigans and leather patched shirts of Public School to the good natured understated clothing of Nice Collective, here's a sale that will appeal to the stylish dork, the bad-boy sophisticate and the laid-back overachiever. And, happily, since we're not in high school any longer, you don't have to choose. Go ahead, be all three.
Exercise your sartorial freedom of choice with all the options in this collection. Hickey does preppy just right, while brands like A-Life and AG Adriano Goldschmied loosen things up with streetwise sneakers and jeans.