Native Son

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About Native Son

The brainchild of Los Angeles-based designer Kyle Fitzgibbons, Native Son has quickly found favor among lovers of hip, sharply cut blazers and suits in the relatively short time it’s been on the scene. The former Band of Outsiders talent launched his first collection a few years back, and his suiting—which is characterized by unexpected details like fabric with a slight sheen, or extra seams—is now carried at such taste-making boutiques as Opening Ceremony and Confederacy. Fitzgibbons and Native Son most recently made a splash by debuting a 3-D film during Spring 2011 Fashion Week.

Past Sales Featuring Native Son

Sale Ended December 16, 2011

Final Few: Up to 70% Off

Once in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended March 24, 2011

Native Son

The signature look put forward by L.A. designer Kyle Fitzgibbons is sleek, form-fitting, and stylish. Looking for a shrunken statement blazer with an unexpected dose of shine, or perhaps one rendered in an inky black cashmere? How about the perfectly cut white button-down to pair with a physique-flattering suit? You’ll find all of those (and more) in our sale, which has everything you need to pull off a look that’s both timeless and effortlessly of the moment.

Sale Ended February 06, 2011

Pants in Your Size: 36 - 2/4/2011

What's the point of shopping a pants sale only to find a pair you love that doesn't come in your size? This sale is specifically geared toward guys your size. The exercise in frustration that so often accompanies shopping for your lower half? Consider that a thing of the past.

Sale Ended March 27, 2011

Best Gifts Under $50

We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.