Extrapolating John Mayer’s Visvim Collection

While most people may know John Mayer as a sort of pop rock, post-Dave Matthews Band lothario, in recent years the artist has put aside his self-injuring motor mouth in favor of the thing that got him famous in the first place, his guitar. In fact, for 2011 Mayer was sidelined with a vocal condition that left him literally mute for almost a year, forcing him to hit the literal and proverbial “pause button” on his life and career. So, like all rich people, dude bought a billion acre ranch in Montana and chilled out for a hot second, probably drinking wild amounts of whiskey and pondering the universe in a way that only someone who dated Taylor Swift's insufferable ass can.

When he re-emerged into both the spotlight and studio, he not only had a more mature head on his shoulders, but physically looked different. His hair was longer and his clothes were steezier. And by steezier, we mean they were literally all fucking visvim. From his shoes to his jewelery to his jackets, it was clear that Mr. Mayer had stumbled upon the heralded label and fallen head first into its glorious vortex, likely by way of an Eric Clapton endorsement.

Honestly, we kinda hate how a guy like John can simply and without second though buy all this shit we love, but can’t even remotely afford. Then again, he's pretty much nailed the visvim look, not to mention publicly showed his support for now friend Hiroki Nakamura. He convincingly seems, in some sense, to truly “get it”.

But all this vis talk has us wondering: How much does dude actually own? If we scour the Internet and survey its darkest corners, how much can we learn about one man’s collection of clothing from a single, brand? Granted, it’s possible Mayer is getting a discount given his A-list status and his relationship with Hiroki, but we want to know how much this shit is worth in the streets. We did our best to take inventory of John Mayer’s visvim collection and put a price tag on all of it.

  • brolo el cuñado

    does jake woolf like visvim?

    • Jake Woolf

      Eh, it’s ok.

      • brolo el cuñado

        can’t blame ya, bru. solid piece.

  • Donger

    Love this dude John Mayer! Spend mad loot to like a bummy Indian chief!

  • Kid A

    His body is a bohemian-americana wonderland.
    I’m glad John has been silent for a while; he’s one of the greatest musical talents of the last 20 years and his music should speak for itself. Plus Visvim is the shit.



  • the endd

    This is like when Buzz Bissinger embarrassed his whole family with his Gucci obsession except… nah actually it’s exactly like that

    • JuvenileTrendsetter

      Buzz Bissinger’s purchases = $638,412.97
      John Mayer’s Visvim purchases (approx.) = $513,480

      Mayer has almost Buzz Bissinger’s entire clothing collection in Visvim alone. People have too much money.

  • Glenn TheSituation Danas

    John Mayer’s wackness almost ruins the brand.

    • http://pittalo.tumblr.com/ pittalo

      Mayer’s cool as shit, what’s wack about him?

      • queb

        His music.

        • http://pittalo.tumblr.com/ pittalo

          To me, it’s awesome. What else?

          • Glenn TheSituation Danas

            Having nice stuff is really great, but making terrible music, generally being an asshole, and having shitty, cliched tattoos all contribute to his wackness. If you like his music, I don’t think we’ll have much to talk about. You might also like Jason Mraz–check that dude out. He has a lot of hats.

          • Guest

            Again, the music is not an issue and why should I care about his tattoos? I hear it all the time, that he’s an asshole, but noone cares to explain. Haven’t seen anything that asshole-ish in any interviews, concerts, anything

          • MikeyBrock

            I second that, his music is great for the genre he’s put himself in. He’s had those tattoos since he was a young ass man and probably long before they were cliche.

            I don’t know how people can call him an asshole, he’s probably a really great dude who’s true to his heart. All those women had fallen in love with him and is just mad they’re not with him anymore.

            The guy has a ranch in paradise valley, have you been there? IF you’ve ever seen it with your own eyes, you’d know that an asshole wouldn’t be able to live in such a place!

  • Jean Paul Versace

    That much Viz and Katy Perry’s tits? Example #1 of how life is unfair

  • Jean Paul Versace

    That much Viz and Katy Perry’s tits? Example #1 of how life is unfair

  • Heisenberg

    Dude also has a 20$ million dollar watch collection……

    • Matt Kimball

      “Dude also has a [twenty dollar million dollar] watch collection……

  • Duece

    Visvim jeans: $650

    Wanatabe boots: $1050

    Sculpture denim jacket: $2000

    Burying your dick balls deep into Katy Perry’s box: Priceless

  • John Lugg

    lol @ wanatabe boots when you really mean wabanaki boots

    • nerd

      ur life is literally meaningless if this is actually something that made u laugh out loud…

      • John Lugg

        ur life is literally meaningless if the previous comment was actually something that made you feel the need to comment…

        • UnderstandingIndustry

          fuck off nerdo

  • Queef Richards

    John Mayer just Jon Gosselin’d Visvim.

  • choatsy

    Woolf is reaching on this one. those are all trunk show retail prices and no, Mayer does not buy all of the pieces each season.

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  • Jonson R.

    Are you speculating he doesn’t ‘own’ the clothing? It’s possible but highly unlikely. These are the clothes he enjoys wearing offstage and when he performs onstage. Clothing could be considered a business cost, almost like a costume.
    Watch KANYE WEST AND JOHN MAYER RECORD BITTERSWEET.. he’s been ‘stuntastic’ for years.

  • http://phantomco.blogspot.com/ Deaunte Shugart

    I need that Kimono so I can be a Boho Gypsy guy too


  • WTT

    I hope I can cawp that kimono in heaven

  • APL1986

    Some items could Ralph Lauren I think , like D-ring mocs


    You can’t blame him for going down the same sartorial road as “Dad Blues” pioneer Eric Clapton.