Suit Up: Ten Mills to Know

our signature Ludlow suit, which is meticulously crafted by skilled artisans (the
process takes over 200 steps from start to finish) is available in everything from
Italian oxford to Japanese chambray. here’s a quick snapshot of the mills that
should be on your radar…
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Explore our Ludlow Suit shop here. Follow our adventures with #jcrewonfilm on
Instagram and Twitter.

Meet Etta: A Love Story

we love shoes—and so does Jenna (she has about 289 pairs…). she takes us to
Pisa, Italy, where we’ve been making our shoes for 22 years, and shows us
around her very own collection…
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Photographs by Bryan Derballa

Shop our Italian shoe collection here.

Follow our adventures with #jcrewonfilm on Instagram and Twitter.

J.Crew Goes To Italy Part III

At Thomas Mason®: spools of super-refined thread. The finer the thread, the higher the thread count of the finished fabric—and the harder it is to make, because delicate thread is more prone to snapping, which can ruin the entire bolt.
1. It all starts with a single thread—and each one has to be hand fed into the loom before weaving can commence.
2. A hand-tied knot keeps loomed threads from unraveling.
3. A sampling of finished goods.

Check out the video and stay tuned for part 3!


At Thomas Mason®: spools of super-refined thread. The finer the thread, the higher the thread count of the finished fabric—and the harder it is to make, because delicate thread is more prone to snapping, which can ruin the entire bolt.1. It all starts with a single thread—and each one has to be hand fed into the loom before weaving can commence. 2. A hand-tied knot keeps loomed threads from unraveling. 3. A sampling of finished goods.
 
Check out the video and stay tuned for part 3!
At Thomas Mason®: spools of super-refined thread. The finer the thread, the higher the thread count of the finished fabric—and the harder it is to make, because delicate thread is more prone to snapping, which can ruin the entire bolt.1. It all starts with a single thread—and each one has to be hand fed into the loom before weaving can commence. 2. A hand-tied knot keeps loomed threads from unraveling. 3. A sampling of finished goods.
 
Check out the video and stay tuned for part 3!

J.Crew Goes To Italy Part II

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