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About Yoko Devereaux

Designer Andy Salzer characterizes the aesthetic of his Williamsburg-based menswear line, Yoko Devereaux, as “darkness with a smirk.” The brand’s clothing is moody and shot through with downtown NYC edge, but never veers into full-on dreariness. Drop crotch pants, military overcoats, and the best-selling fleece blazer make Yoko Devereaux’s chic apparel the perfect go-anywhere gear for the guy who wants to push the sartorial envelope ever so slightly. In 2010, Salzer and his team created a capsule collection exclusively for Gilt Man.

Past Sales Featuring Yoko Devereaux

Sale Ended October 30, 2011

FINAL SALE: PART 1

This is one for the record books, folks. Our massive final sale features a slew of labels, styles from classic to cutting-edge, and pretty much every type of apparel you can imagine. Whether you’re looking to dress to the nines or just hang out in style, we've got you covered. Stock up. After all, it <i>is</i> your last chance.

Sale Ended September 23, 2010

Yoko Devereaux

From drop crotch pants to long jersey cardigans and a fully lined overcoat (with subtle tux tail), Yoko Devereaux's menswear pushes boundaries but is always devoted to making its wearer look good. The cardigans here are slim and double-breasted. Hoodies come with an innovative cross-over front and tees are adorned with funny/sad/great graphics. Our favorite? A deer crying one big red teardrop like it just saw <i>Bambi</i>.

Sale Ended August 17, 2011

Men's Final Sale: Up to 90% off - 8/15/2011

This is one for the record books, folks. Our massive final sale has labels from Band of Outsiders to Woolrich, styles from classic to cutting edge, and pretty much every type of apparel you can imagine. Whether you’re looking to dress to the nines or just hang out in style, we've got you covered. Stock up. After all, it <i>is</i> your last chance.

Sale Ended April 14, 2011

Yoko Devereaux - 4/12/2011

Designer Andy Salzer characterizes the aesthetic of his Williamsburg-based menswear line, Yoko Devereaux, as “darkness with a smirk.” The clothing is moody and shot through with downtown edge, but never veers into full-on dreariness. This sale marks the debut of Tough—Yoko Devereaux’s most recent collection, and a Gilt Man exclusive—along with a selection of favorites from seasons past. Think of it as go-anywhere gear for the guy who wants to push the sartorial envelope ever so slightly.