When it debuted in 2006, the clothing label William Rast was primarily a denim jeans brand. The brainchild of Justin Timberlake — yes, the suave, singing one — and his business partner, Trace Ayala, William Rast started out by fusing vintage Americana aesthetics with unexpected (at least considering JT’s pop music background) references to biker culture. William Rast still produces all the skinny jeans, studded leather jackets, and aviator sunglasses that a badass could ever want, but has also experimented with women’s silk tank tops, cotton skirts, dressy men’s blazers and eyewear of a somewhat bookish quality. The inspiration behind all this sartorial creativity is William Rast, the fictional bad-boy character for whom the brand's graphic T-shirts and leather jackets are designed.
Skinny, straight, flare or boot-cut? It’s good to have choices — and if you’re like us, you can never have too many jeans. Carefully applied distressing, stonewashing and signature stitching make each pair unique. Check out the rear views and you’ll see why William Rast jeans are a staple in every denim diva’s closet.
To all those XXL men who've coveted a particular jacket or coat on Gilt only to click through and discover we're out of their size, good news: This sale is tailored expressly for you. We've got outerwear by Puma, Gant, hickey, French Connection, and more. And it's all in your size, so you can say goodbye to sample-sale disappointment—at least while you're shopping on Gilt.
Finish your week in style: This summer sale is a grab bag of amazing essential pieces, from breezy dresses to versatile separates you'll wear all year round. Mix and match some of your favorite names in fashion, including Cynthia Steffe, Tibi, and Alberta Ferretti.
Relaxed, distressed, raw, washed, skinny, dark, light and lovely, you'll find practically an entire genome of jeans here. So no matter if your preference is Tavertini So's exquisitely treated straight leg jeans or a substantially skinnier pair from Buckler, we've got you — or at least your lower half — covered.