To celebrate the start of what we here at Esquire call Shoppin’ Season, L.A.-based designer John Elliott is taking 30% off both full-price and sale items. It’s a good deal! But it’s not the only way the designer is embracing the occasion. Instead of just a sale, he’s also releasing an exclusive capsule collection starting on November 27, with drops running until November 30. The extra-cool thing? All those new and exciting pieces are also part of the sale. Bonus.
Speaking of those new items, they’re not new-new, in that they aren’t silhouettes or styles we’ve never seen from the brand before. Instead, Elliott is taking some of his best sellers—from classics like the Hooded Villain sweatshirt and Escobar sweatpants to more recent fan-favorites like the luxed-up mesh Practice Shorts—and rendering them in new colorways and fabrics. It’s kind of like a greatest hits record, if the hits all happened to get a remix.
The first daily drop just hit, and it includes the Practice Shorts in some floral and leafy iterations, plus a slew of tees—in both long- and short-sleeve varietals—in washed-out colors like “pebble” and “haze.” That’s just the beginning, though. Over the next few days, Elliott is releasing a couple new colorways of the brand’s belted, cozy Himalayan pants, some herringbone cargo pants, more shorts (this time in corduroy, which is just exceptionally cool), and even more sweatshirts and sweatpants.
The items run from $98 for the tees up to $448 for a Beach Hoodie in a gauze terry fabric that looks unlike pretty much any other sweatshirt you’ve ever seen (in a good way). Also, remember that discount! It’s Shoppin’ Season, and John Elliott just wants you to take full advantage.