In 1937, my great-grandfather started a workwear company in New England called Madewell. In 2006, 17 years after the last factory shut down, J.Crew relaunched a hugely successful women’s clothing line with the same name and logo, based on a 50-year history in which it had no part.
Liz Jackson started the #YesJCrewCane campaign to get J. Crew to sell stylish canes. And she’s not taking no for an answer.
Outlets are a growing, lucrative, and somewhat deceptive place for retailers to hawk an entirely new line of lower-quality goods. Do consumers know what they’re buying?
It’s a new year. You better work.
Trust us, this is what he wants.
Stereotypically bad mom clothes seem of a bygone era as retailers appeal to women of all generations.
It’s almost like getting a lost episode in khaki form. Doo-doo-doo-doo-dooooooo.
The fashion brand’s website, which regularly profiles weddings, recently featured its first same-sex couple.
Despite the unfailing adoration she receives from the fashion industry, Michelle Obama’s style remains surprisingly relatable, likable, and not weird.