Once known for it’s American classics, J Crew has quickly becoming a haute fashion Mecca. J Crew’s popularity is sure to increase with the brand’s collaboration with Japanese denim designer, Warehouse.
Frank Muytjens, J. Crew’s head of men’s design, said he discovered Warehouse denim while on a trip to Tokyo last year. “I haven’t been able to take them off since,” said Muytjens of his jeans.
The collaboration will be called Lot 484 (named after J Crew’s 484 fit as well as the Men’s shop address in NYC), which will be constructed from Warehouse’s 14 ounce selvedge denim. The fabric originates with cotton grown in Memphis and dyed in Japan, that will be untreated, yielding a beautiful fade with wear.
Lot 484 will feature traditional Warehouse signatures, such as a 34-inch inseam, rivets and fly buttons. The collection should have a similar price point to previous collections, around $170 and should be in stores soon.
Article and images from WWD.com