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.
You don’t actually have to be tailgating to wear the stylishly easygoing clothing and accessories in this massive game day-themed sale. The perfect hoodie, the perfect pair of jeans or sneakers — these are integral parts of your wardrobe. Then again, if you are tailgating, putting 'em all together certainly wouldn’t hurt matters.
The temperature may be rising a bit, but it’s not summer yet. And you still need something to stave off the chill in the spring air. We’ve got you covered with this massive collection of outerwear—from casual windbreakers, to trim leathers, to classic trenches. Whatever your style, grab that perfect transitional jacket here and wear it clear through the season.
In the market for new fall denim? Look no further: With this great selection from William Rast we've got sleek bootcuts, painted-on skinny jeans, and easy trouser styles — all in the stylishly distressed washes that have earned the label legions of adoring fans since its launch in 2006.
Denim is an indispensable part of any guy’s wardrobe. It’s a simple truth, and it’s not changing anytime soon. Find the perfect-fitting pair of jeans here — in styles ranging from dark and slim to washed out and relaxed — and wear 'em for years to come. Can't choose just one? We don't blame you.