A Perspective on the Styleforum Maker Space

Since the middle of December, I’ve been in Italy visiting the in-laws. We made a few little trips here and there for purposes of tourism, did a short tour of Emilia Romagna, enjoyed many delicious meals, and–of course–did some shopping during the Italian seasonal sales period. Additionally, we visited Florence as well, partly because it is a city filled with art, but also because my wife was working there during Pitti Uomo. During Pitti, I managed to make it into the Fortezza briefly, but I spent most of my time helping out with the Styleforum Maker Space. And I have to say it was a blast to hang out with so many charming people-while having bountiful aperitivi with decent wine, tasty mozzarella di bufala from Caserta, and salumi from the Tuscan countryside. The conversations ranged from materials and construction methods, to typical wines and dishes, to customer service and business practices.

Unfortunately Winson shoes couldn’t attend because of visa issues, but the other artisans more than made the experience great. At the Styleforum Maker Space there were Salvatore from I Sarti Italiani, Marco from Belisario Camicie, Alya from a.b.k. leather goods, and Frank and Jen from GIIN. Everyone was quite friendly, knowledgeable about their respective crafts, and their products were all impressive. If you had visited, you would have found yourself talking to individuals who genuinely find joy in their professions and care deeply about their crafts. From each one, you would have learned little secrets, such as the differences between types of mother of pearl buttons and shells, or which sections of a shirt or jacket require hand stitching and which can be machine stitched.

Over three days, talking with Frank and Jen from GIIN provided me with inspiration their passion and enthusiasm for their product, brand and work is enthralling. Frank is turning under garments on their head, making bonded products with a mix of long fiber cotton and polyester, blending the two together to create a fabric that exhibits the best of both worlds. He provided me with some to try, and I have to say that I am convinced (look forward to a review in the near future). On the other hand, the boutonnieres, the mainstay of their exhibition, were exquisite as always. Their display showed the materials at different steps, and they spoke with great respect about the Japanese artisan who created the process. These flowers were a hit with the Italians, who were shocked to see delicate flowers that were outside of the normal flow of time.

The leather goods from a.b.k. were impressive, especially for those who have a more street wear or rustic aesthetic. I talked with Alya about saddle stitching and vegetable tanned leathers as she sat in the corner hand stitching a pair of shoes that were being custom made for a foreign client. Her leather goods exuded a sort of aesthetic that embodied her personality itself, a reserved but passionate spirit that cares about the quality of the goods and the materials. She told me a wonderful story about the leathers that she works with, most of which come from a small tannery in the south of France that is run by two elderly gentlemen, who have been processing hides for many years in natural and historical methods. Her work combines this historical artisanship for materials with handcrafted methods to craft pieces that would last for a long time, growing more beautiful as they develop patinas through use.

I had used Belisario Camicie in the past to order online some shirts, and they came out well, so I decided to talk with Marco Belisario about modifying my shirts to the exact way that I wanted them. I ended up ordering a shirt with all my vezzi preferiti, including manica mappina and hand sewn buttons a giglio. I was amused that I had recently seen a friend of mine order a su misura shirt from another well-established shirt maker in Italy, only to have a fraction of the options and measurements taken in contrast to Belisario. Marco took a large number of measurements and some photos to create a paper pattern to compensate for my uneven shoulders and sleeve lengths, as well as for my watch on my wrist. He even consulted with the tailor from I Sarti Italiani to best determine how to address my bodies particularities. We discussed the size of armholes, and settled on a slimmer, high armhole as per my preferences. In addition, Marco allows you to choose which handsewn properties you want on the shirt, so I settled for what I most wanted aesthetically. They have a wide selection of different choices for collars (including one of the best one piece, open collars I’ve ever seen–they call it Ischia), buttons, and offer both fused and unfused cuffs and collars.

Last-but not least-was Salvatore Ioco, a 29 year old tailor who has been a tailor for 15 years of his life, learning the tradition from his grandparents. Salvo, the representative of I Sarti Italiani, is incredibly friendly and jovial guy. Based in Palermo, the smaller company is a consortium of 12 tailors and 3 cutters, all of whom work together to realize the garments in the style that the client desires. They produce mostly canvassed garments, but will do minimal canvassing (no fusing) if you desire in order to get an even lighter, more relaxed and casual garment. Salvo brought a wide range of fabrics in his books, showing off both more luxurious fabrics as well as base ones, and we talked about my preferences. I will have him make me a garment, but I’ve yet to decide on a fabric; in the end he took my measurements, talked about my physical abnormalities and my stylistic preferences. I’ll figure out whether I want to do something from him that is Cut-Make-Trim, or rather a suit manufactured in house with him and the other tailors using fabrics to which they have access. Of course, I’ll have to return to Italy for a few basted fittings, once we figure out what direction I want to go.

In the course of the three days, the various artisans had conversations among themselves, creating new dialogues; it comes as no surprise then that all the artisans shared a sort of mentality concerned with making durable goods. Even though reasons for making quality goods might have diverged slightly, they all overlapped in their pursuit of quality. GIIN seeks to preserve our resources by discouraging waste or using natural processes. Alya and a.b.k. is focused with maintaining a low environmental impact through sourcing environmental sound leathers (vegetable tanned), while also creating products that were useful. Belisario and I Sarti Italiani handcraft their clothing with rigor, in hopes of creating pieces that remain in your wardrobe for an extended time. This thoughtful mentality reminds us why craftsmanship and passion is still important today in a world overwhelmed with wasteful consumption.

Here you can see some pictures of the Styleforum Maker Space:

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Peter’s adventures in Pittiland – Part I

Day Two, because my trip didn’t start out that well.

Of course I expected that everything would proceed swimmingly. I arrived at SFO well ahead of time, check-in was a breeze, and boarding went without a hitch. But then we waited. And waited…and after waiting on the runway in the plane for an hour, I asked the flight attendant what my options would be if I missed my connecting flight in Heathrow.

Now I’d like you to imagine a condescending, over-her-prime, bad highlights and fake-smiling smarmy woman hiss back to you:

“Well if we leave now, you won’t miss your flight, will you?” Her inane question was meant to end the conversation, and her Mary Poppins tone was meant to put me back in my seat rather than assuage my concerns. And yet I countered.

“Are you saying we will leave now?”

“Well let’s just wait and see what the Captain says, OK?” It was clear she was both unable to and disinterested in helping me, and so with no alternative open, I returned to my seat and obediently waited.  The captain announced the luggage placement left the plane imbalanced, so they would shuffle it around, redistribute the fuel, and we’d be off in no time….

Finally, three hours after the scheduled departure, our plane left San Francisco. When Mary Poppins made eye contact with me, she blurted, “Yeah, you’re going to miss your flight, but they’ll sort it all out for you when you get there. Right, would you like some orange juice?”

14 Hours later we landed. Then waited an hour in a queue to get set up in a hotel, another hour in a queue for passport check, and another hour to get shuttled to said hotel, where we were graciously comped dinner in the hotel’s buffet that offered gooey fish pie and wilted salad. Four hours later, I woke up to catch the shuttle to our rerouted flight, but not before grabbing the comped breakfast, which included a cardboard granola bar and cheese puffs. A day and a half late, I arrived in Milan.

As an aside: if you’ve never been to Milan Central train station, you’re in for a treat.  Not the busiest in terms of numbers, but arguably the most majestic. When arriving and disembarking, you can’t help but notice the steel and glass canopy as you turn around – the largest of its kind in Italy, enough for 18 tracks, and hundreds of feet long. Wander around, and you’ll find yourself awestruck at the massively high ceilings, capacious galleries, overbearing statues, and Nouveau-Roman architecture. Impressive, to say the least. So I had to take a picture. Guess who photobombed?

Patrik started lurking in forum in the early 2000s after searching online for – you guessed it – shoes. Nowadays @Leaves is a forum regular, putting together MTO’s from international shoe makers and answering obscure questions from like-minded enthusiasts on the thread for his shop, Skoaktiebolaget. Don’t ask how to pronounce it.

Finally I arrive at the StyleForum Maker Space at 3:30pm on day 2. Even before I enter the door, Fok grabs me. I protest that I have to pee.

“We gotta get to our 100 Hands appointment. Pee, then meet me outside.”

The appointment was supposed to last an hour, but one hour turned to two, then three, before making our way back to the Maker’s Space where Arianna was holding the fort.

Click here to read Part II.

Pitti Uomo 93 – Day 3 & 4

It seemed like Peter Zottolo (@urbancomposition) would have never reached Mediterranean soil, after being stuck in America (first) and the Old Blighty (then) due to inclement weather and air traffic conditions; however, in the end, our hero did arrive in the Promised Land aka the Fortezza da Basso, and these are his first shots from the opulent carnival known as Pitti Uomo.

Enjoy!

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Styleforum Maker Space – I Sarti Italiani

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While Neapolitan, Milanese, and even Roman tailors are world-famous and respected, we can’t possibly ignore the fact that tailoring schools flourish all over Italy – even on the southern island of Sicily.

I Sarti Italiani has been making bespoke suits, trousers, and shirts since 1986; they focus on precise, careful stitching, and they only use the best quality materials for their suits. The lining is always cupro bemberg, the buttons are either corozo, horn or mother of pearl, and the canvas is in camel hair or horse hair.

The selection of fabrics is on point: Ermenegildo Zegna, Loro Piana, Cerruti 1881, Draper’s, Vitale Barberis Canonico, Bottoli, Larusmiani, and Scabal are only few of the names you’ll find in I Sarti Italiani’s fabric book.

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Sicilian tailoring features the same, relaxed characteristic of Neapolitan tailoring, without the flairs typical of the Partenopean tradition. I Sarti Italiani offers bespoke solutions and blends Italian craftsmanship with unique Southern taste. Our very own Peter Zottolo has recently written an article about his recent experience with I Sarti Italiani in occasion of a recent trip to Italy.

You can find I Sarti Italiani in Sicily at these locations – but they also do a home or office bespoke service for those who are too busy to stop by the showroom:

Sartoria Montelepre (PA) C/da Vallotta s/nc 

Show-room Marsala (TP) Via Mario Nuccio n°10-12 

Show-room Palermo Via Isidoro la Lumia 27/A 

Official Website


At The Maker Space, you’ll be able to chat with the tailors and get measured for your Sicilian bespoke suit. Click here to read more about the event and RSVP.

Styleforum Maker Space – a.b.k. Leather Products

This January, at Pitti Uomo 93 in Florence, Italy, Styleforum will be hosting its inaugural Maker Space. The Styleforum Maker Space is an open space designed to exhibit the work of small brands and artisans interested in showing to both wholesale buyers and retail consumers. Click on the banner to visit the official page of the event and RSVP as a visitor.


Alya began her career by taking classes in shoemaking, eventually finding a mentor in iconic sandal designer, Barbara Shaum.

Inspired by her experience, Alya began making shoes on her own, recruiting occasional help from her sister Katya and teaching her the craft along the way. Word began to spread, orders for shoes began to increase, and the business was born.

Their work has become known for impeccable craftsmanship, ex­panding well beyond shoes to leather items of all kinds, from the functional to the purely beautiful. Each piece starts with leather that is domestically sourced and tanned without chemicals.

Katya and Alya hand-dye their own leather to achieve the exact color palette desired, then use alcohol water to saturate and stretch it before hand-stitching or stapling the pieces into place to dry.

At the Styleforum Maker Space, you’ll be able to chat with Alya and see her at work. Click here to RSVP, and visit the Styleforum Maker Space Official Thread on the forum.

The 2017 Styleforum Charity Auctions Are Here!

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We are very proud to present this year’s edition of the Styleforum Charity Auctions, this year in support of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane.

Of all the many traditions we all have, this is the one of which I am most proud. We are holding auctions of items donated by retailers and designers, and 100% of the proceeds to go to the Ronald McDonald House, which helps to house and feed the families of children who must travel for medical treatment. During the holiday season, illness and being away from the comfort of home is especially stressful, and I love that we can help, in a small way, to alleviate some of this stress.

This is our 15 Year Anniversary, and we’d like add to the over $60K donated to charity since the auctions started four years ago! Please subscribe to the thread to keep updated on the daily, 24-hour auctions, and please bid often and generously.

  • Each auction will take 24 hours, starting as close to 10 a.m. PST as I am able to make it, and ending the same time the next day, or 10 minutes after the final bid, whichever comes later.
  • All auctions will start at 50% of the retail price.

If you are a vendor and would like to donate an item for the charity, please email us at styleforum.net@gmail.com

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Introducing the Styleforum Maker Space in Florence, Italy

What is the Styleforum Maker Space?

This January, at Pitti Uomo 93 in Florence, Italy, Styleforum will be hosting its inaugural Maker Space. The Styleforum Maker Space is an open space designed to showcase the work of small brands and artisans interested in showing to both wholesale buyers and retail consumers. It is a combination pop-up shop and wholesale space, geared towards exhibiting fantastic small brands and makers to Pitti’s influential and knowledgable visitors.

Many vendors, buyers, and visitors to Pitti Uomo are interested not just in wholesaling their wares or purchasing for stores, but also in taking the opportunity to shop for themselves. Our space offers small brands and makers a location in which to demonstrate their craft, showroom to wholesale customers, and sell immediately to attendees should they choose to do so.

If you are attending Pitti Uomo, we invite you to visit the Styleforum Maker Space!

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Where to find the Maker Space:

We will be housed in a very large (260m2) apartment with a substantial space for greeting and showing to clients and influencers. The location in the heart of Florence offers both a central location and a comfortable counterpoint to the crowds of Pitti Uomo.

When we’ll be there:

January 9-11 2018, during Pitti Uomo 93.

Who’s invited:

Any attendee invited by a vendor or carrying a Pitti Uomo badge will be welcome inside the Maker Space.

What we offer:

For vendors, we offer a beautiful space in which to showcase your craft and goods for wholesale buyers and retail consumers alike.

Coffee, aperitivo, and wine will be served.


Vendor Contact:

If you are an interested vendor, please contact Styleforum at styleforum@gmail.net with the subject line: Styleforum Maker Space 2018

Toronto Styleforum Meetup, Hosted by Spier & MacKay

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This Thursday, April 27th, Spier & MacKay will be hosting a Greater Toronto Styleforum meetup. This is a great opportunity for you to meet and banter with other Styleforum members and share your passion for clothes, shoes and accessories. This is a casual, drop-in event, so please take the time to come say hello!

In addition, you will be able to donate any menswear items you no longer need, so bring something that needs a new home! Here are the details:


DATE AND TIME

Thu, April 27, 2017

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

Add to Calendar

LOCATION

SPIER & MACKAY

20 Toronto Street, #105

Toronto, ON M5C 2B8

Canada


Our thanks to Hamza Khan (@casadisartoria), Ken Jim (@suitforcourt), and Spier & MacKay for organizing and hosting the event.

To register and see the address and full details, please go to the dedicated event website here.

Ronald McDonald House Charity Auctions 2016

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The Annual Styleforum Gives Ronald McDonald Charity Auctions – 2016

100% of proceeds Benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Of all the many traditions we all have, this is the one of which I am most proud.  We are holding auctions for beautiful items (garments, shoes, and accessories) donated by retailers and designers, with 100% of the proceeds to go to the Ronald McDonald House Charities (rmhc.org). The Ronald McDonald House helps to house and feed the families of children who must travel for medical treatment.  During the holiday season, illness and being away from the comfort of home is especially stressful, and I love that we can help, in a small way, to alleviate some of this stress.

Last year, we raised over $16K over the course of the month.  Please bid generously and help us surpass this.  We have had some terrific items donated already, and we are expecting more donations to roll in as the season rolls in.

Each auction will take 24 hours, starting as close to 10 a.m. PST as I am able to make it, and ending the same time the next day. All auctions will start at 50% of the retail price. Please place your bids in the thread. I will contact the winners for all necessary details!

Again, all proceeds from the auctions go straight to the Ronald McDonald House. Help a family in need, and acquire beautiful goods. What could be better? Some of the participating vendors this year are:

 

Auctions start Today, December 1st! Click here to see the auction thread, and bid for a great cause!

You can read more about the Ronald McDonald House Charities here.

STYLEFORUM BLACK FRIDAY SALE LIST 2016

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Welcome to Styleforum’s comprehensive list of Black Friday 2016 sales and coupon discount codes for all the men’s clothing and accessories that are fit to buy (and some more to boot). We will be updating this list throughout the weekend, so drop in often, or just keep on hitting F5.

P.S. This year, we have (and will be expanding) our women’s sales section, directly under the menswear sales listings.


3Sixteen

10% sitewide

Code: BF2016

 

Abercrombie & Fitch

50% off storewide + Free Shipping – no code required

 

Acrimony

30% off

Code: SUPERTHX

 

Adidas

30% off Techfit items + up to 50% off other items

Code: TECHFIT

 

A Fine Pair of Shoes

25% off non-sale items

 

Alpha Industries
Up to 50% off on Cyber Monday

Code: BLACKFRI30

 

Allen Edmonds

Up to 50% off on selected styles

 

Alternative Apparel

Black “Week” 40% OFF with code THANKS40

Antic Boutik

Black Friday happens once a year. And on this day, at Antic Boutik, it’s 30% off on a huge selection of items in store and online!

 

Apolis

Up to 30% off

 

ASOS

30% off everything

Code: THANKFUL30

 

Baker’s

10% off sitewide

Code: CYBERWEEKEND

 

Baracuta

Up to 30% off a selection

 

Barney’s

40% off designer sale

 

Banana Republic

50% EVERYTHING – no exclusions

 

Beckett Simonon

1 pair of sneakers: $99 with code TURKEY99

2 pairs of sneakers: $189 with code TURKEY189

1 pair of shoes: $169 with code TURKEY169

1 pair of boots: $199 with code TURKEY199

2 pairs of shoes: $329 with code TURKEY329

1 pair of shoes + 1 pair of boots: $359 with code TURKEY359

 

Billy kirk

-15% off $199 or less

-25% off $200 or more

-40% off $750 or more

 

Billy Reid

25% off sitewide

Code: THANKFUL  CYBER25

 

Bloomingdales

20% off $200

15% off $150-199.99

 

BlackBlue

15% off and free shipping with code THANKSGIVING2016

 

Blue and Cream

20% off sitewide

Code: THANKS CYBER

 

Blue Button Shop

30% off

Code: THANK30

 

Blue in Green

20% off entire inventory

 

Bluefly

Up to 85% off + free shipping

 

Bodega Boston

22% off Thanksgiving until Monday

Code: DEUCEDEUCE

 

Bodileys

20% off the London collection

Code: BOD20

 

Bonobos

30% off select style

Code: GETAWAY CYBER2016

 

Bread & Boxers

40% off + free shipping

 

Brooks Brothers

 

Additional 10% off on Cyber monday

 

Brown’s Fashion

sale ongoing!

 

Buttero

Black Friday Exclusive 15% off – Promo Code BU15BFCM

 

CAMO

30% everything

Code: CAMOBLACKFRIDAY

 

Calculus Victoria

Sale up to 50% off FW16 goods + Free DHL express shipping exclusive for Styleforum

Code: FREEFRIDAY

 

Caliroots

30% off everything

 

Carmina

Free belt + free iPad sleeve and leather mouse pad + free shipping

20% off clearance

Code: BLACKFRIDAY2016

 

Centre Commercial

up to 50% off select items

Century 21

$30 off $150

$40 off $200

Code: BLACKFRIDAY

 

Circle Seven

25% off Alden shoes

Code: PASSTHEPEAS

 

Cloggs

30% off everything

Code: BLK20 BLKFR30

 

Club Monaco

30% off sale styles

Code: WINTER16

25% off $150

30% off $250

35% off $400

Code: THANKS THANKSAGAIN

 

Coach

30% off select styles

Code: THANKS 2016

 

Coggles

25% off AW Collection 30% off

Code: AW25 CYBERMONDAY

 

Colette

50% off

 

Context Clothing

20% off everything until Monday

 

Corridor NYC

20% off with code OVENROASTED

 

Costume Limitè

15% off everything

Code: BF16

 

Craighill

20% off

 

Cruvoir

10% off

Code: RMYH4WN10

 

Cultizm

20% off

Code: BF16

 

Da Luca Straps

25% off  entire order

Code: GOBBLE CYBERSALE

 

Daniel Wellington

Complimentary strap with any watch

 

Danner

Up to 60% off + 25% off sitewide

 

Dapper Classics

30% off everything 30% ALL SOCKS

Code: BLACK16 CM16

 

David Fin

25% off everything on Black Friday

Code: BLACKFRIDAY

 

Dent’s

Up to 60% Off

 

Deo Veritas

25% off sitewide (minimum $150)

Code: BLACK25

 

Dodd’s Shoes

Save 15% on select regular priced items from Born, Sorel, Ugg, and Frye with code BF2016

 

Dope Factory

Sales up to 70%

 

Dressspace

BLACK FRIDAY TILL MONDAY
-50% for orders over 400 €
Code: blk50
-25% for orders over 100 €
Code: blk25

 

Drinkwaters

Engineered Garments Sale starts Friday 25th @10am and ends Sunday 27th @ 5pm.

 

Dutil Denim

20% off everything black Nov 24-27

Code: BLACK20

 

E35

20% off all items

 

eHaberdasher

10% off

Code: THANKS16

 

East Dane

Spend $200+ Save 15%
Spend $500+ Save 20%
Spend $800+ Save 25%
Code: GOBIG16

 

Editions M.R.

30% off + free worldwide shipping on $200+

Code: BLACK30

 

Edwin

20% off selected products

Code: ED20

 

END.

20% off a selection

 

Epaulet

Black Friday sale

ESK

20% off

Code: OBSIDIAN

 

Everything Hip Hop

25% off everything

Code: BF25 CYBER20

 

Farfetch

Up to 50% off

and Enjoy 10% off your wishlist
One day only
Enter code below at checkout:
BF10

 

Finisterre

25% off

 

Firmament Berlin

30% off all footwear

 

Flannels

20% off everything + £40 gift voucher every £200

Code: BF20

 

Flatshop

30% off sale

 

Frances May

30% off

Code: BOOKENDS

 

Frank + Oak

Up to 75% off Cyber Monday

Code: BLACKFRIDAY35 HOTDEALZZZ

 

Freemans Sporting Club

30% Discount online and instore

Code: 30PUMPKINS (FRIDAY – MONDAY.)

 

fwrd

Sale up to 50% off

Code: PLUSH, BLUE or CANDY for extra 10% off most brands.

 

GASMY

30-40% off a selection

 

Gentlemensfootwear

Black Friday deals

 

Gentry

Clearance + extra 20% off

Code: INSTANTKARMA

 

Golden Fox

45% off everything

Code: TURKEY ONLINE

 

Graduate Store

Black Friday Sale 30% off

 

Gravity Pope

10% off permanent red sticker markdowns. Use promo code BFWEXTRA10 at checkout.
15% on regularly priced merchandise. Use promo code PREXMAS16 at checkout.

 

Gustin

Markdowns

 

Happy Socks

40% off  + free shipping

 

Harmony Paris
30% off on FW16 items

Code: BLACK30

 

Haven

20% off

Code: BLKWKND

 

HBX

30% off regular price items – 15% OFF SALE ITEMS

Code: BF30 CYBER16

 

House of Fraser

Up to 50% off, no code required

 

Hervia

20% Off

Code: CYBER20

 

Hilditch & Key

25% off everything

 

Huckberry

Up to 50% off Black Friday through Cyber Monday

 

Hugh and Crye

Up to 50% off

 

Hunting Ensemble

30% OFF everything including sale (Brands: Norse Projects, A.P.C, Our Legacy, Nanamica, Etudes, Han Kjobenhavn and more)

Code: BLACKFRIDAY CYBERMONDAY

 

IAN Shop

20% off everything

 

Ibex

25% off select items

Code: CYBERMONDAY16

 

Independence

20% off

 

Idol Brooklyn

Sale now up to 40% off!

 

Jack Spade

Up to 75% off

25% off sale items

Code: FREEZE

 

James Perse

New markdowns

 

J. Crew

40% off everything

Code: HOLIDAY MONDAY

 

J. Crew Factory

50% everything, price as marked

 

J. Fitzptrick

20% off

 

Jean Shop

Leather goods sale! Up to 70% off

 

Jeeves

Midseason sale ongoing

 

John Elliot + Co

20% off

Code: JEPRE20

 

Jonathan + Olivia

Sale up to 50% off starts on Thursday, 11 am Eastern Time.

 

Kafka

20% off with code BLACK20

 

Ka-pok

25% Off sale

 

Kinfolk

Up to 50% off select item

 

Kinoko 

20% off with code BLACK20

 

Kiriko

20% off with code KINYOUBI

 

Kith

Sales on a selection on Black Friday only

 

KNYEW

50-80% off plus use code TAKE30 for an additonal 30% off

 

Kurt Geiger

20% off Crockett & Jones

 

Lanvin

50% off FW collection

Code: LANVINFW16

 

Lapstone and Hammer

30% off storewide “except Nike and Jordans”

Code: pre30 CYBER30

 

Lawrence Covell

25% off FW collection

Code: TURKEY25

 

Le Rayon Frais

40% off everything Nov 24-27

Code: BLACK40

 

Levi’s

40% off everything

Code: HOLIDAY40

 

L’inde Le Palais

30% off

Code: BLFRID30

 

LN-CC

Markdowns

 

Lodge Goods

25% off sitewide and free shipping

code: MANSHOP (Filson and other USA made goods)

 

Luisa via Roma

Extra 20% off on CYBER MONDAY

Code: BFNL20

30% full price items €300+

Code: BFFB30

 

Luxire

$1200 GiftCard for $1000 here. Use code GIFTCARD2016

20% Off all orders above $600. Use code HAPPYTHANKSGIVING

15% Off all orders above $300. Use code THANKYOU15

 

Maas & Stacks

25% off selected items

Code: GIVETHANKS

 

Macy’s

20% off + free shipping at $50

Code: THANKS

 

Maison Margiela

40% off AW collection

 

Machus

Black Friday sale40% off shoes, 30% off outerwear, and an updated sale section

 

Makker

30% off

Code: HOLIDAY2016

 

Malford of London

Extra 30% off sale items

Code: BLACK30

 

Matches Fashion

50% off FW

 

Meadow

15% off shirts and jackets with code BLACKFRIDAY

 

MEYVN

20% off (+ 10% goes to ACLU) starting Thursday, November 24th and ending Wednesday, November 30th.

Code: BFS2016

 

MISMO

20% off everything

Code: BF16

 

Mohawk General Store 

20% off

Code: MOHAWKFRIDAY

 

Mott & Bow

10% off $96+ Code: SMALL

20% off $200+ Code: MEDIUM

30% off $300+ Code: LARGE

 

Mr Porter

50% off a selection

 

Mutiny NY
25% off on Wednesday night to Saturday midnight

Code: TURKEY16

 

Native Ken

15% off frames

Code: NKNY15

 

Need Supply

20% off sale items || 25% off CYBERMONDAY

Code: BLACKFRIDAY CYBERMONDAY

 

Neighbour

15% off AW collection

 

Neiman Marcus

$50 off $200 (includes fragrances)

 

Neiman Marcus LAST CALL

extra 40-80% off the whole site

 

New Balance
25% off & Free shipping on Cyber Monday

 

Nifty-do

20% off with code BLACKFRIDAY16

 

Nike

25% off clearance items

Code: EXTRA25

 

No Man Walks Alone

A large selection, all on sale!

 

Nordstrom

Markdowns starting Thursday 24

Extra 20% off selected styles

 

Nordstrom Rack

30% off clearance items starting Friday 25

 

Norse Store

Up to 80% off past season items

 

North American Quality Purveyors

25% off select items

 

Notre Shop

30% off

Code: BF30

 

Nowells Clothiers

20% off

Code: GIFT

 

Number Six London

30% off with code BLACKFRIDAY

 

OAK NYC

50% off everything + OAK strap bomber $150 (reg. $450)

 

Oi Polloi

Use the promotional code ‘SNOWBLIND’ for 15% off for one day only

 

Oki-ni

30% off

Code: BF30

 

Oliver Wicks

$150 off custom suits, shirts, and ready-to-wear suits

Code: BLACK

 

Opumo

30% Off Store Wide

Code: BLACKDEAL

 

Other-shop

25% off one day only

Code: BFW25

 

Ovadia & Sons

30% off a selection

 

Pediwear Shoes

20% off all items. Offer is valid for 48 hours from 00:00 hrs GMT on 27th November 2015.

Code: BLACK20

 

Portland Dry Goods

20% off everything on Monday

Code: LEFTOVERS

 

Post Imperial

20% off

Code: PITHANKS16

 

Present London

20% OFF use code: BLACKFRIDAY

 

Puma

30% off entire order

Code: CYBERMONDAY16

 

Quality Shop

€100 and up = -10%  code: BLACK10
€200 and up = -20%  code: BLACK20

 

Rag & Bone

25% off everything

Code: BLACKFRIDAY25 CYBER25

 

Ralph Lauren

 

40% OFF $ 125+

Code: CHEER1

 

Rakuten Global Market

Get 1,500 Japanese Yen discount with an order of more than 11,000 Japanese Yen.
DT1F-DM4P-CU1L-ISCB

Get 2,000 Japanese Yen discount with an order of more than 14,000 Japanese Yen.
DKPZ-XBEZ-SWSK-JL00

Get 3,000 Japanese Yen discount with an order of more than 20,000 Japanese Yen.
FGL1-MWKM-RYQ7-21IF

 

Reeves
25% off any bespoke orders placed on Black Friday ONLY, in a black cloth.
Contact David@davidreevesbespoke.com

 

Res Ipsa

15% off

Code: GIVETHANKS

 

Revivemi

15% off with code THANKS  24th and 25th only

 

Revolve Clothing

Up to 50% off & 20% off cyber monday

Code: CYBER20

 

Rogue Territory

30% off select styles

Code: RGTBLKFRI2016

 

Roden Gray 

Up to 50% off on Fall/Winter items online and in-store.

 

Rooney Shop

25% off
Code: THANKS2016

 

Saint

Up to 60% off

 

Saks Fifth Avenue

60% off designer sale

 

Saks Off 5th

Up to 75% off

 

Sartoriale

25% off everything

Code: 25BLACK

 

Savait

From now to Sunday you can shop FW16 Collections up to 50% off with promo code BLACKFRIDAY

 

Scarosso

Up to 50% off shoes

 

Self Edge

Starts Friday: 16% off along with free shipping worldwide

Code: LetsDrink2016

 

Serie Noir

Markdowns

 

Seven

30% off

Code: CYBERDARKNESS

 

Shockoe Atelier

20% any item

Code: GOBBLE20

 

Shoehealer

20% off from Midnight Thursday through Sunday evening

Code: SHBF20

 

Shoebuy

25% off

Code: BFPREVIEW

$40 off $99 + Free shipping

Code: EMLTHANKFUL

 

Shoes.com

30% off sitewide

Code: HUGEDEALS2016 CYBERM2016

 

Shibumi

Free pocket square on orders $200+

 

Sivasdescalzo

Up to 75% off

10% off 2 items

15% off 3 items

 

Skoaktiebolaget

15-30% off a selection

 

Sky Valet

40% off regular priced items

Code: THANKSGIVING

 

SlamJam

40% off

Code: BLACK40

 

Sneakerboy

30% off with code BLKFRDY30

 

Soludos

25% off

Code: BLACK25 CYBER25

 

Soto Berlin

30% off everything

 

Spence

25% off sitewide

 

Sprezza Box

60% off subscription plans, 40% off store purchase

Code: GETSTUFFED

 

Spring

20% off everything – exclusions apply

 

Ssense
Sales up to 50% off

 

Stag

20% off select items

 

Standard & Strange

26% off Thursday

25% off Friday

20% off Saturday

15% off Sunday

10 % off Monday

Code: AHOI

 

Steven Alan

Up to 40% off

 

Stylebop

25% off

Code: CYBERMONDAYUSA

 

Sunspel

Black friday “event” at Sunspel. About 30% off selected items.

 

Superdenim

20% selected items

Code: BLACK

 

Superdry

25% off sitewide, no code needed

 

Suspensionpoint

An extra 20% off store-wide for a limited time (November 25 – 28)

Code: EXTRA20

 

Sydney’s

Up to 50% off

 

Taft Clothing

Up to 50% off

 

Tanner Goods

20% off everything

 

Taylor Stitch

20% off

 

Ted Baker

25% off selected items

 

The Arrivals

$50 off $200,

$100 off $400,

$200 off $800

 

The Bespoke Dudes

10% off

Code: HOLIDAY

 

The Bureau Belfast

15% off

Code: BLACK15

 

The Class Room

25% off

Code: TCR25BLK

 

The Content Store

20% off with code BLACKFRIDAY

 

The Hanger Project

Up to 70% off

 

The Hill-Side

30% everything

Code: BLACKFRIDAY CYBERMONDAY

 

The Hip Store

20% off selected brands

 

The Loit

40% off full priced items

Code: BLKFRILOIT

 

The Next Door

Black Week sale up to 50% off!

 

The Outnet

Clearance sale

 

TheRealReal

30% off mens!

 

The Shoe Mart

10% off your order

Code: BFRIDAY10 CYBERWEEK

 

Theory

Up to 40% off selected items + 10% off $500+

Code: EXTRA10

 

Timberland

Footwear under $99

 

Tiziana Fausti

30% Off on all FW16 collections

Code: BLK16

 

Tommy Hilfiger

40% storewide 50% off sitewide

Code: TYTOMMY CYBERGIFT50

 

Topshop

Up to 50% off

 

Tres Bien Shop

Black Friday Sale
20% off on all items 28, 2016

 

Ubiq

25% off of all sale.

 

UGG

30% off

Code: GIVETHANKS

 

Uncle Otis

25% off with code BLK25

 

Understudy

25% off

Code: BLK2016 CYBER16

 

Uniqlo

New markdowns + free shipping

Code: THANKS

 

UNKNWN

Up to 40% off sportswear and footwear

 

Urban Outfitters

$50 off $150+

$15 off $75+

 

Viola Milano

20% off

Code: BLACKFRIDAY

 

Voyager San Francisco

15% off with code COMETOGETHER

Free shipping Code: GRATEFUL

 

VRNTS

40% off

Code: BLACKFRIDAY

Cyber monday free shipping Code: CYBERMONDAY

 

Welcome Stranger

30% off $200 with code BLACKFRIDAY CYBERMONDAY

 

Will Leather Goods

Up to 25% off until Nov 28

 

Wings + Horns

20% off a selection

 

Winter Session

30% off with code SHOPSMALL

 

Working Title

20% off with code BF20

 

Wrong Weather

Up to 25% off a selection

 

Y-3

Sale! 30% off and free shipping.

 

Yellow Hook

10% off

 

Yoox

35% off using the app

 

Zadig & Voltaire

40% off selected styles

 

Zampadigallina

Selection of articles up to 40% off

 



WOMEN’S

Though many of the above sell both men’s and women’s clothing, the below are strictly retailers of women’s clothing, footwear, and accessories.

 

Ann Taylor

50% off everything

Code: CELEBRATE

 

GAP

50% everything

Code: TGIF50

 

Genetic LA

Buy 3 get 1 free + 35% off

Code: BLACKFRIDAY35

 

Joie

25% off

Code: THANKS

 

Kate Spade

Up to 75% off

 

La Garçonne

New markdowns 30-40% off

 

LOFT

50% everything

Code: BERRYGOOD

 

Lululemon

Up to 75% off

 

Madewell

25% off entire purchase

Code: THATSALE

 

Michael Kors

25% off $200 and 30% off $300

Code: HOLIDAY

 

ModCloth

20% off everything

Code: FRIDAY20

 

www.net-a-porter.com

Sale up to 50% off.

 

New York & Company

Up to 75% off

 

Nine West

20% off heels

 

Paige Denim

20% off

Code: CYBER20

 

Parker

30% off everything

Code: CHIC30

 

Rebecca Minkoff

25% off orders $100+

 

Revolve

Up to 65% off

 

Samantha Wills

30% off everything

 

Shopbop

Spend $200+ Save 15%
Spend $500+ Save 20%
Spend $800+ Save 25%
Code: GOBIG16

 

The Limited

60% off everything + free shipping

Code: HOLIDAY

 

Topshop

Up to 50% off

 

Tory Burch

30% off $250

Code: THANKS

 

Vestiaire Collective

up to $200 off