A chance encounter on a San Francisco dance floor in 1995 produced Nice Collective, the celebrity-adored, mostly-for-men clothing label founded by self-taught fashion designers Joe Haller and Ian Hannula. Officially launched in 1997, Nice Collective captures the sophisticated cool of contemporary streetwear in premium materials such as high-grade, cotton/Lycra fine-line twill and lightweight lambskin leather. From its black carbon combat boots (handmade in Pennsylvania by America’s oldest combat boot manufacturer) and bomber jacket to its slim-fitting, flat-front cotton pants, Nice Collective’s clothes and accessories effortlessly blend classic military silhouettes and rock star edge. Speaking of rockers: Nice Collective has dressed everyone from Smashing Pumpkins to Coldplay in its chic wares, which have also found fans in Brad Pitt and Robert Pattinson.
Once in a while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But alas, there’s a silver lining, we've put all our stylish leftovers in one place for your easy picking. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.
Take the edge off the weekend’s final moments with these incredible deals. From sleek blazers to dress shirts to footwear and more, this sale is chock full of ways to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank. Sunday night just got a little bit better.
Regardless of whether you're hitting the gym like the rest of America, this sale offers a less strenuous way to streamline your figure. With slim-cut shirts, sportcoats, and chinos by Thomas Pink, Vince, Calvin Klein, and more, you'll avoid any bagginess or blousing that can cause a man to look bigger than he is. Pair it with great bags from Ben Sherman, neckwear by Pierrepont Hicks, and casual sneakers by New Balance to finish off your look.
A selection of tees and shirting, with outerwear and chinos thrown in for good measure, these urban-inspired basics will give your wardrobe a much needed punch in the gut. Layer up with the cotton army fatigue jacket, or pull on a tee with holsters on it. Why not, right?