VEEINK Men Drawstring Waist Seam Detail Pants
Looking for a pair of pants with a little extra something? Check out our VEEINK Men Drawstring Waist Seam Detail Pants! With a drawstring waist and seam detail, these pants are sure to stand out. Featuring flat-front, five pocket styling, the pants are crafted from a 100% cotton slub jersey fabric. To keep things cute, they’re finished with a touch of shine.
Find out why J.Crew is America’s Fastest-Growing, Most Talked-About Fashion Brand
You know you’re famous when you can even get arrested for wearing your own brand. And with J.Crew’s growing buzz, fast-selling collections, and celebrity fans — like Sarah Jessica Parker, who once famously wore J. Crew while vacationing in Italy — it’s no wonder.
Over the past two decades, J. Crew has transformed from a young upstart with a cute, no-frills aesthetic into America’s premier men’s and women’s clothing brand. Today, on a retail basis, J. Crew is the world’s second-biggest apparel retailer, trailing only the French brand Hermès, and its products are stocked in Nordstrom stores — and, soon enough, at its new West Chelsea location. J. Crew also has two stores in Hong Kong, and in September its very own store is slated to open on Regent Street, right next door to Harrods.
But it takes more than fancy-dancy store locations to make a good brand, and what’s really different about J.Crew over the ages is that it has grown consistently — without compromising its essence. J.Crew has maintained both consistency and growth, despite the challenges of staying true to its vision while responding to changes in the market. The company has survived through recessions and economic downturns, as well as increased competition from designers’ collections, fast fashion, and big-box stores.
Indeed, as J.Crew prepares for its third decade, its staying power can be attributed equally to its founders and their approach — and to the dedicated consumer who has never fallen in love with a brand.
Jeffrey St. Clair and Sibling Dynamics
Born in Boston in 1969, Jeff, as he is known to family and friends, was not quite a normal newborn. His older sister Alison was born first and their parents took it upon themselves to name Jeffrey after their favorite author, Kurt Vonnegut. But it was Jeff himself who caught his parents’ eye when he learned his ABCs so early on in life.
Sometime after Jeff graduated from Harvard Business School in 1996, he and his younger half-brother Justin