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In other words, the two coolest women ever went tête-à-tête.
It’s still chilly here in New York City, but the stylish set like Jenna Lyons, Rosario Dawson, and Zosia Mamet turned it up on last night’s Trance red carpet in semi-spring-ready wares.
Jenna Lyons is six feet tall, so she certainly doesn’t need five-inch stilettos for the height. In the latest “J.Crew On Film” video, Lyons reveals just how many pairs of shoes she owns, gives us a glimpse at how the brand’s shoes are made, and explains how important heels are to a woman.
For those of you who were gearing up to recreate Michelle and Malia Obama‘s adorably coordinated winter looks from yesterday’s Inauguration, we have some disappointing news for you: J. Crew will be retiring the pieces worn by both “out of respect for the first family.”
J. Crew’s executive creative director admits to struggling with her image as a teenager.
We already know who took home the grand prize at last night’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards (that would be Greg Chait of The Elder Statesman), but there was no shortage of champions on the red carpet, either. Designers, models, editors, and fashion fans alike donned their best all-American duds and stepped out to strike a pose or two.
We all thought Jenna Lyons‘s Met Gala outfit consisted of a regular denim jacket and Schiaparelli pink skirt, but turns out that there’s more than meets the eye. She took to J. Crew‘s Tumblr to reveal the many secrets behind her ensemble.
There is no shortage of Mickey Drexler interviews. Not that we’re complaining! We love us some J.Crew.
We agree with Jenna Lyons on pretty much everything. Don’t you?
You know you’re at the right party when you find yourself on a rooftop sandwiched between Sarah Burton, Anja Rubik, and Olivier Theyskens, sipping champagne and talking shop with some of the best and brightest of both art and fashion.
You already know Jenna Lyons is a busy, busy lady. As president and executive creative director of J Crew she is responsible for overseeing an ever-growing empire of chambray shirts, sequined pants, and featherlight cashmere. She has also paid a visit to the White House – but not without some minor complications.
J.Crew creative director and all around girl crush Jenna Lyons has finally sold her 4,400-square-foot townhouse in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. Lyons put the house on the market in November, just a month after it was revealed she and Vincent Mazeau, her husband of nine years, were getting a divorce. So, after six months on the market, just how much did Lyons’ home sell for?
There’s one designer name we won’t be seeing on the red carpet at next week’s Oscar ceremony — and it’s not for lack of interest. In what maybe a first in the history of celebrity red carpets, J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons actually turned down a request for a dress.
J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons is selling her house in Brooklyn, and as befits the sale of any multi-million dollar piece of property, there are really, really, really awesome pictures of the house online.
This was the week Halloween exploded all over everything, Ryan Gosling designed his own leather jackets, Jennifer Lopez got glamorous and Hillary Clinton wore a scrunchie. A really, really bad scrunchie.
Remember when Fox News accused J.Crew‘s Jenna Lyons of encouraging America’s young to disassociate themselves from their gender roles because she painted her son’s toenails pink? Well now the news organization is trying to use the news of her rumored lady lover Courtney Crangi as proof that she has “discomfort with masculinity.” I would like to tell you why that’s bullshit.
The fashion industry has been dying to know the identity of the fashionable new woman in J.Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons‘ love life. And according to reports Thursday morning, that woman is none other than jewelry executive Courtney Crangi.