Diesel’s knack for artfully deconstructed design has made it a go-to clothing brand for stylish downtown types ever since its 1978 debut. Founded by Renzo Rosso and Adriano Goldschmied and headquartered in Breganze, Italy, Diesel enjoys its reputation as one of the world’s premier denim brands — outfitting celebs such as Britney Spears and fashionistas worldwide. But Diesel does much more than jeans, applying its note-perfect style to its diverse accessories collection. Men’s studded leather wallets, roomy polyurethane tote bags and industrial-edgy jewelry for women, and sleek shoes and boots for both sexes reflect Diesel’s core aesthetic: bold, urban, and fashion-forward. Diesel’s accessories line is just the thing to rev up your wardrobe.
They may be small, but your tie, your wallet, your card case — these things speak volumes about your style. Make the right statement with any of the picks from this sale featuring essential accessories from brands like Pierrepont Hicks, Jack Spade, Alexander Olch, and more.
It’s all about the details in this sale, curated by Gilt MAN’s own Nick Wooster. From canvas and wool totes to cashmere scarves and no small supply of stylish hardware, we’ve got everything you need to add a little personal flavor to any look. Think you’re not an accessories guy? Think again.
Gentlemen, allow us to present the one-stop shop for all your warm weather needs. This collection has everything from ties to trousers to trunks to keep you looking stylish through the dog days of summer. But whether you’re building out a whole wardrobe or just grabbing that one piece you’re missing, you’d better move fast. When a sale is this good, things never stick around for long.
We’re staunch supporters of the sartorially adventurous, but sometimes taking your look to the next level is more about subtle subversion than a full-fledged rejection of convention. Just one glance at this collection of cleverly tweaked classics, and you’ll see how a refined adjustment—be it an updated wash, a daring print, or a perfectly placed panel—goes a long way.