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About Raf Simons

In 1995, Raf Simons left the career he’d trained for — in industrial and furniture design — to become a menswear designer. With no formal instruction, the self-taught Simons gambled on an eponymous label that melded the rebellious energy of youth subcultures with the precision of classical tailoring. Simons’s particular blend of modern proportion, textural interplay, and innovative shapes was so successful that the Belgian designer’s menswear quickly rose to prominence as one of the most forward-looking lines in Europe. In 2005, Simons took over as head designer for Jil Sander, and a year later he launched the diffusion line Raf by Raf Simons. With the addition of his Fred Perry collaboration (begun in 2008), Simons manages to keep busy working on four lines at once. An impressive fashion career for an industrial design student.

Past Sales Featuring Raf Simons

Sale Ended April 18, 2014

Lightweight Outerwear

Spring is here to stay, and with that comes a need to reevaluate your wardrobe strategy. Refine yours with this selection from top brands like Theory, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Brooks Brothers, from rain slickers to vests to windbreakers.

Sale Ended May 08, 2014

Sunglasses Feat. Triple Graces

Here at Gilt, we think it's a pretty fair prediction that good sunglasses are never going out of style, and this sale features a whole slew of them, from round plastic-framed options from Triple Graces to classic wire-rimmed aviators from Cole Haan.

Sale Ended March 30, 2014

Spring Colors: Light Blue

From shirts to sweaters to shoes, this assortment is full of colorful ways to embrace the season from brands like Paul Smith, Shipley & Halmos, Del Toro, Gant, and Ben Sherman.

Sale Ended May 19, 2014

Early Access: Sunglasses Feat. Spitfire

What's the quickest way to update your style without overhauling your entire wardrobe? Simple: a great pair of shades. Here, you'll find plenty of examples of just that, from top brands like Spitfire, Zegna, Tom Ford, and more.