Odyn Vovk

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About Odyn Vovk

The label Odyn Vovk defies easy narrative. Founded in Los Angeles in 2009 by designer Austin Sherbanenko, a Ukranian American, the name means One Wolf. The clothes are suitably dark and mysterious. Collars are exaggerated, leather jackets are asymmetrical and hand-dyed, and silhouettes are spooky and slim. One story has been clear: Odyn Vovk, with its undertones of black metal and punk, has developed a loyal and fervent following.

Past Sales Featuring Odyn Vovk

Sale Ended January 19, 2012

Final Sale: Up to 90% Off

This is one for the record books, folks. Our massive final sale features a slew of labels, styles from classic to cutting-edge, and pretty much every type of apparel you can imagine. Whether you’re looking to dress to the nines or just hang out in style, we've got you covered. Stock up. After all, this is your last chance.

Sale Ended February 12, 2011

Shirts, Shirts, Shirts!

You don't need a special reason to pull together a natty ensemble, but you do need to have the proper shirt. Our massive sale has hundreds of button-downs by the likes of Seize Sur Vingt, Steven Alan, and GANT. So rest assured: You'll be covered no matter what the occasion—or lack thereof.

Sale Ended September 11, 2011

Fall Preview: Outerwear

Nothing signals the approach of the cooler months quite like the return of jackets and coats. And this collection of picks is defined by lightweight, transitional windbreakers and heavy-duty parkas from a slew of top brands, plus a host of other styles. Stock up, and get ready for the fall.

Sale Ended February 01, 2011

Get the Look: Modern Edge

Stark, moody colors form the basis of this selection from gothic masters like SILENT by Damir Doma and Chronicles of Never. Silhouettes run the gamut from slim to slouchy, and interplay is encouraged—think a sleek tee with baggy, drop-crotch pants, or a drapey cardigan with cropped, slim trousers. Finish it off with distressed leather jackets and boots, and don’t be afraid to add a little precision to the mix with a crisp button-down or blazer. It’s fashion for the gentleman who appreciates texture, volume, and tailoring in all their many forms.