In an effort "to disrupt the business,” the beleaguered J. Crew, "known for its preppy styles, is turning to an occasional-Mohawk-sporting designer with a skateboarding pedigree." Brendon
Babenzien, "co-owner of culty New York menswear label Noah and former longtime design director at pioneering streetwear brand Supreme," will be J.Crew’s men’s creative director, per
The Wall Street Journal.
Babenzien's first designs will reach stores in the second half of 2022.
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