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About Silent by Damir Doma

Croatian-born fashion designer Damir Doma got his start working in Antwerp in the studios of Raf Simons and Dirk Schoenberger, so it's no surprise that his eponymous clothing label Silent by Damir Doma features breezy cuts and carefully-sourced materials. Since launching his first solo collection in 2007, Doma has churned out a consistently inspired stream of minimalist men’s and women’s clothing that makes subtle nods to avant-garde couture. Black, grey and neutral hues figure prominently in Silent’s collection of graphic print T-shirts, hoodies, women’s shirt dresses and other designs. When it comes to accessories, Doma keeps things stark: a feature- black backpack with a touch of leather trim, simple “Shoshone” sandals for women, hats and bags come decoration-free, allowing cut and shape to take center stage.

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Sale Ended March 07, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended May 02, 2011

Weekend Sale: Silent by Damir Doma

Cultivate a breezy European sartorial vibe with the drape-y, minimalist neutrals that populate our selection from SILENT by innovative Croatian-born, Paris-based designer Damir Doma. Choose from extra-long hoodies, understated slim-fit T-shirts, and subtly-cut jeans—or pick up a canvas weekender bag for your next trip across the pond.

Sale Ended March 05, 2015

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Sale Ended December 13, 2010

Bags & Belts!

Keep your accessories game tight with our selection of bags and belts. From Belstaff corduroy backpacks to Timbuk2 messenger bags, to belts by Billy Kirk, Property of..., and Trafalgar—it's accents like these that truly make an outfit.