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About William Rast

When it debuted in 2006, the clothing label William Rast was primarily a denim jeans brand. The brainchild of Justin Timberlake — yes, the suave, singing one — and his business partner, Trace Ayala, William Rast started out by fusing vintage Americana aesthetics with unexpected (at least considering JT’s pop music background) references to biker culture. William Rast still produces all the skinny jeans, studded leather jackets, and aviator sunglasses that a badass could ever want, but has also experimented with women’s silk tank tops, cotton skirts, dressy men’s blazers and eyewear of a somewhat bookish quality. The inspiration behind all this sartorial creativity is William Rast, the fictional bad-boy character for whom the brand's graphic T-shirts and leather jackets are designed.

Past Sales Featuring William Rast

Sale Ended December 28, 2009

William Rast

Skinny, straight, flare or boot-cut? It’s good to have choices — and if you’re like us, you can never have too many jeans. Carefully applied distressing, stonewashing and signature stitching make each pair unique. Check out the rear views and you’ll see why William Rast jeans are a staple in every denim diva’s closet.

Sale Ended June 07, 2011

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Women's Picks

Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one left of its kind. Check back throughout the day for new styles, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.

Sale Ended May 10, 2011

Folk Bohemian

Channel your inner Stevie Nicks with this sale's amazing, '70s-inspired finds. Think gauzy tops, folksy leather pieces, and plenty of paisley. Details like crocheted trim and embroidery give dresses and shirts a retro feel, while washed out denim items offer subtler variations on the theme. Simply add chandelier earrings to complete your own Crystal Vision.