Iowa-born and NYC-based, clothing designer Tim Hamilton is renowned for his ability to blend design-forward playfulness with a mellowing dose of subtle classicism. After launching his menswear line in 2007, Hamilton was nominated for the CFDA's Swarovski Award for Menswear in both 2007 and 2008 before winning the prestigious award in 2009; he’s since added a women’s line. REDUX takes some of his greatest sweater, shirt, trousers and shoes designs and reworks them with new fabrics and cuts to keep things fresh. Think of it as the accessible side of a multifaceted talent. An active collaborator, Tim Hamilton has worked with Topman, Uniqlo and artists Ross Bleckner and Seth Price, among others.
This sale has everything you need to look your best on the job this summer, from trim dress shirts to lightweight jackets, trousers, footwear, and more. Stock up on a host of top brands, and make sure your workday style is up to snuff.
Elevate your wardrobe with covetable pieces from some of the top names in fashion. Try hooded windbreakers from Prada Sport, military blazers from Belstaff, distressed white jeans from Dolce & Gabbana, tailored skirts from Rick Owens, and more. Don’t be afraid: These pieces are meant to stand out.
Even if you don’t consider yourself a fashion guy, your wardrobe will always benefit from the addition of key designer pieces. This sale features blazers, suits, sweaters, slim shirts, and more from brands like Paul Smith, Band of Outsiders, and Rick Owens to add a dose of designer sophistication to your look.
Headed to a wedding this summer? Enjoy it — and remember: it's not about the guests, it's about the couple standing up front, so skip the statement-making getup and respect the occasion with a sharp look. We’ve pulled together the pieces you need to do just that, including smart summer suits, dress shirts, and more from big brands like Calvin Klein and Armani — plus a few cool accessories to add just enough life to your look. Speaking of livening things up, try to be on your best behavior during the ceremony. Once the reception gets going, well, that's another story.