In the mid-1990s, Swedish designer Johan Lindeberg left his post as CEO of Diesel to create J. Lindeberg: his eponymous brand of “preppy-rocker" ready-to-wear clothing and accessories for men and women. Launched in 1997, this Stockholm-based label features everything an elegant bohemian needs to pursue a life of “everyday luxury”: jeans constructed from Japanese denim, v-neck sweaters and pullovers knit from Italian merino wool or cashmere, simple dresses, buffed leather and suede belts, fitted t-shirts, twill pants and cords, and stylish golf and ski gear. Sewn by tailors in Parma, Italy, J. Lindeberg's made-to-order shirts, coats, and suits celebrate fine craftsmanship with hand-finished details and custom fits. Can’t get enough of J. Lindeberg’s Scandinavian chic? Be sure to check out BLK DNM, Lindeberg’s downtown-cool collection of androgynous street wear.
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.
He's the king of the preppy-rocker look. In 1995, Swedish designer Johan Lindeberg quit his job designing for Diesel to create his own self-named brand of couture. His award-winning collection fuses rock-and-roll looks with traditional preppy chic to create a line of high-quality basics, including suits, button-downs and well-tailored must-haves.
In 1995, Swedish designer Johan Lindeberg quit his job designing for Diesel to create his own self-named brand of couture. The J Lindeberg collection fuses hot rock-and-roll looks with traditional preppy chic and the success and popularity of his brand earned Lindeberg the title of the Most Influential Fashion Designer in Sweden. His collections provide high-quality basics, with a large selection of suits and button-down shirts as well as a few well-tailored, must-have pieces. Today, J Lindeberg is distributed in over 20 countries and available at flagship stores in New York, Los Angeles, Stockholm, Tokyo, Kyoto and Hong Kong. Lindeberg’s modern tailoring and 21st century-luxe aesthetic can be found featured in Details, Men’s Vogue and GQ as well as red carpet events nationwide (J. Lindeberg was Brad Pitt’s pick for the 2006 Golden Globe awards.) Depeche Mode and Juliette Lewis star in Lindeberg’s most recent advertising campaigns and this edgy and modern label is a perfect addition tot Gilt Groupe for men.
Don’t miss this amazing sale including designer Italian footwear, cool casual sportswear and tailored European pieces to satisfy every bit of your fashion cravings all in one place. Cold weather or warm weather we’ll have brands and merchandise for all locales! Benjamin Bixby, Canterbury of New Zealand, Hyden Yoo, J. Lindeberg, Sergio Rossi, Loomstate, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tony Melilo, Trovata & More!