J. Crew has come a long way, evolving from its '80s catalog roots to a fashionable powerhouse of neo-American style. Under the direction of CEO Mickey Drexler and Creative Director Jenna Lyons, the brand broke away from its shopping mall associations and become a go-to destination for fashion editors, bloggers, and just about everyone else. Hell, we even shot a video documenting how the store's merchandise and menswear (thanks to designer Frank Muytjens) makes it easy for any guy to walk in a chump, and come out looking pretty decent.
Garnering fans from recovering streetwear addicts to stalwart supporters of high fashion, the brand's fanbase is as diverse as their offerings. So, with our tongues planted firmly in our cheeks, we decided to pay homage to the folks that have helped shape what the brand is today. These are The 10 Types of People That Shop at J. Crew.