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About Pleasure Principle

In addition to their work on the Pleasure Principle line, Europe-born designers Diva Pittala and Adrian Cowen work as artists and sculptors — under the shared acronym C.R.E.E.P. — so it's no surprise that an avant-garde aesthetic pervades their work. Unexpected shapes (like a hoodie with kimono-esque sleeves, or an elongated bomber jacket) abound in their designs, as do surprising fabrics and clever graphic prints. The NYC-based label's designs have picked up by local retailers, as well as ones as far afield as Berlin, Tokyo, and beyond.

Past Sales Featuring Pleasure Principle

Sale Ended October 30, 2011


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, it is your last chance.

Sale Ended November 23, 2010

Pleasure Principle - 11/17/2010

Not every man can pull off edgy, androgynous looks like the ones on offer from forward-thinking New York design team Pleasure Principle. For our sale, we've selected a few of our favorite pieces, from a cleverly elongated bomber jacket to a chest-baring drape-necked Edgy, androgynous looks from the forward-thinking New York design teamshirt to a few wear-with-anything t-shirts to layer underneath. Don't be intimidated by the prospect of making a statement—remember, fortune favors the bold.

Sale Ended May 22, 2012

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. So whether you're looking to fill a gap in your wardrobe or to rebuild it entirely, we’ve got what you need to do it without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended December 03, 2010

Sharp Scarves!

Warmth and style (in no particular order) are the ticket in our scarf sale. We've got a selection of all different weave, fabrics, and colorways (not to mention patterns), for the colder months' style demands.