The American retailer on Monday released its first menswear assortment under creative director Brendon Babenzien, the co…

The American retailer on Monday released its first menswear assortment under creative director Brendon Babenzien, the co-founder of streetwear brand Noah.⁠

The much-awaited lookbook brings back J.Crew’s New England charm but with an edgy twist. Preppy classics such as rugby shirts, cable-knit crewnecks and blazers with popped collars are accompanied by dark patchwork shirts and mock-neck sweaters.⁠

Babenzien’s vision for the fall collection was rooted in American style, and it comes at a fortuitous time. The influence of streetwear, which has dominated men’s fashion for the better part of the last decade, is subsiding. In turn, consumers are hungry for a refresh. ⁠

Read the full story by BoF’s Cathaleen Chen. [Link in bio]⁠

✍🏻 @kittykewlcat⁠
📷 @jcrew⁠

#jcrew #jcrewstyle

(SOURCE) https://www.instagram.com/p/Cgcjx4BjiY9

Share:


Related Posts

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Add Comment *

Name *

Email *

Website