Corpus has made its name by offering high-quality denim men’s clothing that’s clean and classic yet edgy and modern. The brainchild of L.A.-based designers Jerrod Cornish and Keith Richardson, the brand embraces minimalism and simplicity — reworking timeless designer and selvedge denim jeans, button-down shirts, and motorcycle jackets. Corpus focuses squarely on the fit and fabric of each cotton hoodie, shirt, and pair of casual pants. The result: a clothing collection that's masculine, forward-thinking, and exactly the sort of thing any stylish guy wants to wear.
The brainchild of LA-based designers Jerrord Cornish and Kieran Richardson, Corpus has forged its reputation on high-quality, fashion-forward denim that’s clean and classic. The label’s design philosophy is minimalist and simple – reworking timeless menswear pieces, from denim to tailored woven shirts, to focus on the fit and fabric of each garment. The result is a collection of clean, modern pieces that are masculine and forward-thinking.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
Corpus' body of work ranges from skinny jeans to cotton cardigans to hemp V-necks. All boast the label's avant-garde sensibility. Both Factory People and Farah offer soft separates — a range of colorful sweaters from the former, subdued and thoughtful sweatshirts and henleys from the latter. The through line, meanwhile, of Kidrobot's T-shirts and baseball caps is colorful, witty and slightly subversive cartoons.
Occasionally we'll have a sale that is so comprehensive it defies description. But let’s try, anyway, shall we? Here goes: The Main Event gathers some of our favorite brands, from Acne to McQ to Reiss—not to mention Rogan and Rogue—into one massive sale that could only be called, well, The Main Event.