Beauty Notes: Our Fall/Winter 2014 Presentation

we couldn’t wait to try the slicked-back hair and poppy lips sported by the models at our fall/winter 2014 presentation during New York Fashion Week. here’s how to get the look right now…
1. Prime skin by mixing Laura Mercier Foundation Primer with moisturizer and applying evenly over the entire face.
2. Touch up with concealer where needed for a flawless, smooth finish.
3. Dab RMS Beauty® lip2cheek in Demure lightly on the apple of the cheeks.
4. Apply RMS Beauty Living Luminizer in a C-shape, starting at the temple and working along the cheekbone for extra definition.


1. Prime lids with RMS Beauty Cream Eye Shadow in Magnetic.
2. Apply Nars® Eye Shadow in Goldfinger to the center of the lids at the lash line to create a wet, shiny look.
3. Gently dab Bobbi Brown® Lip Gloss over the entire eyelid.
4. Curl lashes and apply two coats of Nars Volumizing Mascara to the top lashes only. Curl lashes again between applications.
5. Dab RMS Beauty Living Luminizer to the inner corners of the eyes.
6. Fill in brows as needed with a brow pencil to create a full look.
7. Use an eyebrow brush to sweep brows upward and set with clear brow gel.
1. Make sure lips are well moisturized by applying a generous dose of lip balm.
2. Color the entire mouth with Troi Ollivierre Lip Color in No. 3. (Not yet available—but coming very soon!)
3. Apply Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss liberally over the entire mouth for killer shine.
4. Finish with a dab of RMS Beauty Living Luminizer at the bow of the lip.
1. Blow-dry hair as straight as possible. Use a flatiron to create a pin-straight effect.
2. Starting at the outer edge of the eye, make a deep side part.
3. Apply hair gel liberally in the front and on the side but not in the back.
4. Smooth hair tight across the forehead and tuck firmly behind the ears. (You’ll notice our makeup artist prefers a toothbrush to make sure it’s just perfect.)
5. Apply Lavett&Chin® No. 2 Pomade liberally in the front and on the side to add high shine.
Photography by Bryan Derballa.

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J.Crew New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014

Jenna, Tom and Frank take us behind-the-scenes at our New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014 presentation.


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.

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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.

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Instant Crush
in honor of Valentine’s Day, we asked some familiar faces at our fall/winter 2014 presentation to confess—on the spot—who their style crushes are. a few of our favorite responses (and Polaroids) below…
“I grew up with Katharine Hepburn. She loved masculine clothes and she’s the reason I love men’s tailoring today.”
Sarah Rutson, fashion director, Lane Crawford

“[Actor] Garrett Hedlund.”
Philip Crangi, jewelry designer

“Cleopatra.”
Giovanna Battaglia, stylist and contributing fashion editor, W magazine

“[Art director] Trey Laird.”
Michael Carl, fashion market director, Vanity Fair

“Jenna Lyons. Duh. And then Rosie Assoulin.”
Leandra Medine, fashion blogger, the Man Repeller

"Claire Miller of The WILD Magazine. We just featured her on the blog this week.”
Tamu McPherson, contributing editor, Lucky Magazine, and photographer, All the Pretty Birds

“Tamu McPherson.”
Richard Haines, illustrator

“Lauren Bacall.”
Florence Kane, co-founder and editorial director, Jeanstories.com

“Laetitia Paul, the fashion director of GQ France.”
Nic Screws, fashion editor, Esquire

“Tilda Swinton. She’s my spirit animal.”
Jamala Johns, art director and blogger

“Jenna. Without question.”
Garance Doré, photographer and blogger

“Fran Burns of British Vogue.”
Susie Bubble, fashion blogger

“Frank Muytjens.”—Kirk
“Daiki Suzuki of Engineered Garments.” —Chris
Kirk and Chris Bray, co-founders, Billykirk

“Pharrell.”—Christopher
“I’ll say Pharrell too. I featured him in my book.” —Amanda
Christopher and Amanda Brooks

“Tilda Swinton. Always.” —Lisa
“Zoe Saldana.” —Marlon
“It’s true. He does actually have a crush on her.” —Lisa
Lisa Salzer, jewelry designer, and Marlon Taylor-Wiles, ballet dancer



Explore more behind-the-scenes action from New York Fashion Week here.

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

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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.

Highlight Reel: Candice Lake
for our final look at New York Fashion Week, we caught up with London-based model and photographer Candice Lake as she turned her lens on some of the city’s prettiest subjects before she headed back home…
Explore more of our coverage of our New York Fashion Week presentation here.

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.

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