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J.Crew Fall/Winter 2010 Lookbook

April 4, 2010

There has been a lot of debate over the blogosphere on J.Crew’s Fall 2010 presentation held last week in New-York. Let’s participate. Take a little look-see at the brand’s lookbook preview and share your thoughts below…

Images from J.Crew’s Fall 2010 lookbook after the jump

(Images via Secret Forts)

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  1. aphrodite lekos permalink
    April 5, 2010 3:46 am

    see this:

    http://cheesewheelthruyourwindow.blogspot.com/2010/03/2-interviews-cant-tell-difference.html

    …and do like it says a give credit, where credit is actually due. let’s not forget the REAL recipe behind the renewed j. crew pixie dust:

    http://nymag.com/fashion/10/spring/63806/

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  2. Joe permalink
    April 5, 2010 4:59 pm

    it the same as usual. Jcrew has been doing the same boring clothing since they started. It’s all in the styling of their photo shoots and keeping up with a slightly narrower proportion… as John Rotten once said as he peaked into a room filled with members of the band depeche mode, It’s boring in here….

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  3. Roman permalink
    July 5, 2010 4:37 am

    I think the move towards vintage clothing is pretty obvious and it’s not bad at all.
    I wonder where they sell their recent raw denim jeans, I didn’t see those in the store, just on the website.

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  4. jonas permalink
    July 27, 2010 2:18 pm

    Ahhh j.crew you diabolic! Purveyor of everything good ..heed no attention to the infantile words of plebians.. Your quality speaks on its on behalf. These few miscreants must have been spawned by poor blind creatures from some distant tacky universe. My only wish is that more americans could see understated luxury and finer materials are the foundation of your brand. The masses longing for value turn a blind eye to quality and retire to their banal depots plug in to their prescription individuality and satiate their need for attire with rags not civilized clothing.

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