J.Crew has become a sartorial curator of sorts in the past few years, expanding their inventory to include a handful of brands and items outside their own product offerings (In fact — shameless plug — Corduroy is now available for sale at select J.Crew stores across New York!) J.Crew has also teamed up with both new and established designers on specially-curated editions for their stores and popular website. And fall underway, it was an obvious choice for designers Jennifer Murray and Nancy Gibson to do a collaboration with the store for their stripe t-shirt line, Edith A Miller. It was the right fit for J.Crew too (no pun intended): the line is produced in a historic, century-old Pennsylvania mill with 100% American grown cotton, which reflects J.Crew’s commitment to classic and timeless fashion, as well as the classic and quintessential American woman.
J.Crew chose three styles already offered to jumpstart their Edith supply; a Scoop short sleeve tee in bold black and natural stripes, the Henley in navy with red pencil stripe and the Scoop Long Dress in navy with natural pin stripe. Murray and Gibson say they’re excited to work with J.Crew to not only deliver some of Edith A. Miller’s most popular styles that sold out earlier this year, but also to reach a new and larger audience for their clothes. It’s a win-win for the label and the store, and another excuse (like we need another one) for savvy shoppers and fashion lovers alike to head over to J.Crew.