J.Crew Goes to Brooklyn
New Yorkers depending on the oft-malfunctioning L train will no longer have to commute to get the latest from the brilliant mind of Jenna Lyons. And why would they want to, thanks to all the unique design features at the new location.
J.Crew’s newest storefront opened today Williamsburg, a neighborhood becoming more of a shopping/eating/etc. destination by the second. J.Crew went full artistic-collaboration to make the store uniquely Brooklyn. The details are high-brow and in abundance: the women’s entry is a digital mural by Brooklyn artist Naomi Reis while the men’s is a custom “living wall” of plants and greens. Even the fitting room curtains are elevated–customized from moving blankets.
Live in the area? Run, don’t walk to 234 Wythe–food carts and special offers like a limited edition Greg LeMarche for J.Crew tote bag are up for grabs all weekend long.
Images courtesy of J.Crew