Up Close: Tom on the Fall/Winter 2014 Collection

at our New York Fashion Week presentation, we were feeling texture—lush velvets, boyish wool bomber jackets and gold sequins. as for those Sophia Webster shoes? they’re back for a second season. here’s a closer look at some of our favorite moments last week.
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

For more on our presentation during New York Fashion Week, click here.

Up Close: Frank on the Fall/Winter 2014 Collection

last week’s New York Fashion Week presentation was an ode to the 1930s waterfront. taking cues from the ruggedness of the longshoremen and dock workers, there was a patchwork argyle sweater, a shearling-collar bomber and an unstructured camel topcoat. here, a few of our favorite moments…
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

For more on our presentation during New York Fashion Week, click here.

First Look
an exclusive look at our fall/winter 2014 presentation. (there’s more to come…)
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

Be sure to follow us @jcrew on Instagram and Twitter for a look at all the action during the show.

Men’s Fittings & Styling
A glimpse at what’s in store for our presentation tomorrow…

Photography by Bryan Derballa.


Be sure to follow us @jcrew on Instagram and Twitter for a first look at our fall/winter 2014 collection.

Women’s Fittings & Styling
Getting ready for our presentation tomorrow morning at Lincoln Center…

Photography by Bryan Derballa.


Be sure to follow us @jcrew on Instagram and Twitter for a first look at our fall/winter
2014 collection.

Up Close: Frank on the Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
at our New York Fashion Week presentation, we were feeling lots of indigo for the guys (denim ties, shoes and even sweatpants). inspiration came from the great outdoors and Sierra Club books from the 1960s. here, a closer look at some of our favorite moments from the show…
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

For more on our presentation during New York Fashion week, click here.

The Close-up: Beauty Notes
sporting fresh faces and tousled locks, the models at our spring/summer 2014 presentation were the epitome of easy everyday beauty. sure, you may have to wait a little to get your hands on the clothes, but you can try this hair-and-makeup look right now. here’s how…
The Face: Minimal Yet Dewy
1. Prime skin by mixing half Laura Mercier Radiance Primer and half Laura Mercier Oil-Free Foundation Primer with moisturizer and applying evenly over the entire face.
2. Touch up with concealer where needed for a flawless, smooth finish.
3. Apply Stila Convertible Color to the hollow of the cheeks and slightly lower to accentuate the cheekbones.
4. Brush on rms beauty™ Living Luminizer in a C-shape, starting at the temple and working along the cheekbone for extra definition.
The Eye: Subtle Shimmer
1. Lightly apply Chanel Illusion D’Ombre Luminous Eyeshadow in #89 Vision to the crease of the eyelids.
2. Brush rms beauty™ Living Luminizer liberally on the inner corner of each eye. Continue brushing along the top and bottom lid toward the center of the eye.
3. Curl lashes and apply two coats of mascara to the top lashes only. Curl lashes again between applications.
4. Brush brows with Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Gel for a full look.
The Lip: Pink Pastel
1. Make sure lips are well moisturized by applying lip balm (we’re partial to Eucerin Aquaphor Lip Repair).
2. Apply rms beauty™ Living Luminizer liberally along the lip’s bow at the center of the mouth.
3. Brush a light coat of Mac Lip Erase in Dim over the entire mouth.
4. Lightly blot Troi Ollivierre Lip Color in #1, starting at the center of the mouth and blending outward with the fingers.
 
The Hair: Easy, Textured Waves
1. Spray hair with Bumble and Bumble Thickening Hairspray and blow-dry straight.
2. Separate hair either into a center part or a deep side part.
3. Use a medium-size curling iron to curl loose waves into the hair, starting below the ears only.
4. Use fingers to soften the curls and create loose pieces, then secure with L’Oréal Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hairspray.
5. Use a small amount of Kiehl’s Creme with Silk Groom to smooth hair from the roots to ears.
6. Loosely tuck hair behind both ears for a relaxed, tousled look.
Pinterest fans, be sure to check out our Pinterest page for a how we prepped for our show and some of our favorite looks.

And, as always, be sure to follow us with #jcrewnyfw on Instagram and Twitter @jcrew to see what we’re up to.

For more on our New York Fashion Week presentation, click here.

Up Close: Sophia Webster for J.Crew
at our New York Fashion Week presentation earlier this week, we excitedly debuted our collaboration with the up-and-coming British shoe designer. here’s a closer look at the shoes we can’t stop talking (and dreaming) about wearing next spring…
Sophia, wearing the Riko (shoes of her own design), joins the lineup of models during our 2014 spring/summer presentation.

Photography by Bryan Derballa.

Stay tuned next week as we visit Sophia Webster’s new studio in London and learn more about how she got her start designing.

Escape Artists
in the spirit of our men’s and women’s collections (inspired by American national parks, Big Sur and Venice, Italy), we asked a few friends in the crowd of our spring/summer 2014 presentation where they’d like to escape to now…
[In unison] “Round Hill, Jamaica.”
Byron and Dexter Pert, designers, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie™
“Jamaica.”
Sophia Webster, shoe designer and new J.Crew collaborator
“My favorite place to escape to is my head, but I want to be well dressed while I’m there.”
Nick Wooster, consultant
“San Francisco.”
Spencer Lyons, field advocacy director, American Cancer Society (and sometimes J.Crew model)
“Food is the best escape for me.”
Joseph Altuzarra, fashion designer
“The Maldives. I mean, who doesn’t want to go there?”
Yasmin Sewell, fashion consultant
“I live in Milan, so Sicily is the most exotic place nearby.” J.J. Martin, writer
“Anywhere there’s a beach and no Wi-Fi.”
Eugene Tong, style director, Details
“Extra Fancy in Williamsburg. It’s a surf shack that has lobster rolls and it’s right down the block from my apartment.”
Kurt Soller, fashion features editor, The Cut


For more on what we’ve been up to for Fashion Week, click here.

First Look: New York Fashion Week
an exclusive look at our spring/summer 2014 presentation. (there’s more to come…)
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

Be sure to follow us with #jcrewnyfw on Instagram and Twitter @jcrew for of-the-moment updates.

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