From plaid work shirts to slim-fit oxfords, Shirt by Shirt’s versatile line of above-the-waist options is sure to keep you positioned well above the rest of the pack. Founded by NYC-based clothing designer Hayati Banastey, Shirt by Shirt tears down the conventions of the stuffed-shirt standard bearers by adding an irreverent twist to the classic button-down. Made of vibrant cotton or stretchy (and sometimes crinkled) cotton-Elastane blend, Shirt by Shirt’s stylish wares epitomize vintage American style. Can’t get enough? Check out Shirt by Shirt’s sibling brands Just a Cheap Shirt and (for women) JACH’s Girlfriend.
Based in Istanbul, Turkey and launched just under a decade ago, ShirtbyShirt specializes in the exclusive production of fine men’s and women’s tops. Known for creative basics— specifically streamlined button downs—ShirtbyShirt works with the highest grade of cottons to ensure that each piece fits well, is comfortable, and easy to wear. Featured in art-driven publications such as AD and Sky, the ShirtbyShirt collection can be found in select upscale boutiques and department worldwide and now Gilt Groupe.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
Behold, an entire summer’s worth of theme and variation! These shirts come in all shapes and sizes, from dressy (think Massimo Bizzocchi and Ike Behar) to casual (the T-shirt obsessives at Loden Dager). Shorts range from silk cotton by Nat Nast to seersucker check by Trovata. And shoes include leather slip-ons (Clae,) lightweight canvas (Toms), and fanciful streetwear (Adidas Consortium, Puma Black Label). If you don’t find anything in this sale, you clearly don’t like shirts, shorts or shoes.
Occasionally we'll have a sale that is so comprehensive it defies description. But let’s try, anyway, shall we? Here goes: The Main Event gathers some of our favorite brands, from Acne to McQ to Reiss—not to mention Rogan and Rogue—into one massive sale that could only be called, well, The Main Event.