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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 04, 2011

William Rast

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.

Sale Ended November 19, 2011

The Bootcut

Don't call it a comeback: the bootcut has been a go-to denim style since the '70s, and for good reason. Hip-hugging and with a little flare, there isn't a more flattering cut. We've rounded up some of our favorite iterations here, from classic silhouettes to skinny, from stretchy styles to cropped — and everything in between.

Sale Ended March 10, 2012

The Bootcut

Don't call it a comeback: The bootcut has been a go-to denim style for decades, and for good reason. Hip-hugging and with a little flare, there isn't a more flattering cut. We've rounded up some of our favorite iterations here, from wider silhouettes to slimmer versions and everything in between.

Sale Ended February 07, 2011

Boyfriend

The name says it all: Comfily baggy from waistline to knee, and meant to be cuffed or pegged to hit at the lower calf.