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The first installment of our new series starring all of our crewcuts mascots!

Studio Tour: Jess Brown, Dollmaker
Jess Brown started creating her one-of-a-kind rag dolls with her own children in mind. “I wanted to give them something totally hand made with a bit of sophistication and style”. 15 years later she’s gained a cult following, creating up to 100 dolls a week.

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We headed to Amsterdam for our October Style Guide shoot, where we ate the best pommes frites of our lives, nearly got run over by a million or so very enthusiastic bicyclists, and made some new friends along the way...

The Sweetest Glitter Bag on the Planet
Our crewcuts designer Mica has been dreaming-up crazy-awesome glitter bags— from pizza slices to tacos—since 2014, so, naturally one of the ways she gets inspired is in the kitchen.

Test-Drive: Me And My Legacy
We asked John Brodie, our in-house blazer aficionado and content maven, to demo J. Crew’s new Legacy blazer

Meet...the Critter Master
We’re a little bit famous for the whales, party gators and flamingos that appear on our polo shirts, shorts, pants—and even flip-flops.

Designed in LA: Marysia Swim
The designer of Marysia’s signature scalloped suits invited us into her LA home and studio, where she opened up about her cult swimwear line, her favorite local spots and her first meeting with Jenna.

A Sunday in… West Village, New York
As the former Style Editor at GQ and the current Editor in Chief of Bon Appétit, Adam Rappaport has spent most of his working life surrounded by amazing food and clothes.

A Sunday in... Sullivan County, New York
We headed upstate to the country home of Yolanda Edwards, creative director of Condé Nast Traveler, to see how she and her 12-year-old daughter Clara spend their downtime. Luckily Yolanda’s husband, photographer Matt Hranek, was on hand to document their weekend adventures.

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