Tired of making clothing under other people’s names — for examples, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren — fashion designer Nicholas Kunz sought advice from a psychic, who told her that owning her own label was predestined. In 2003 Kunz joined forces with her brother Christopher and launched Nicholas K: a line of high-end men’s and women’s clothing distinguished by lots of zippers, drawstrings, toggles, grommets, and other details. From the military-ish yet softly draping Booker jacket in olive green to striped cotton dress shirts, front-zip cardigans and khaki parkas, Nicholas D’s casual chic is difficult to resist.
A stack of comfortable, casual long-sleeve shirts is an essential part of any fall wardrobe, whether you're looking for something to throw on for a trip to the corner store or packing for an impromptu weekend getaway. That's why we’ve pulled together this sale, which is brimming with stylish options, from hoodies to henleys and a whole lot more.
Many a great outfit is built atop the just-right white shirt. We've compiled numerous examples of our favorites for you to choose from. From fitted to flowing, collared to boatneck, these shirts from brands like Steven Alan, Alexander Wang, Diesel, and more, are the perfect start to your perfect outfit.
Wearing a cardigan is no longer relegated to retirees and the late Mr. Rogers. It’s an increasingly versatile second layer, especially as the weather transitions from winter to spring. Just make sure to keep your cardigan slim to avoid adding unnecessary bulk under your jackets. Featuring boldly patterned cardigans from Schott Bros. and Marc Jacobs, as well as slim numbers from Fred Perry, John Varvatos USA, and more, this selection will help you achieve that timeless style without feeling like you need to file for Social Security.
Consider this sale your go-to source for an extensive range of designer apparel. From floor-sweeping dresses, to artful downtown-style separates, to relaxed loungewear, find nearly every sartorial need addressed by a slew of of-the-moment labels.