J.Crew is descending apart, and right before New York Fashion Week

Sikhounmuong will not be replaced. Instead, his roles will be absorbed by a far-reaching operation of staff. This means that J.Crew will no longer have a artistic director, with a distinct vision for a brand.

Over a final few years, J.Crew has seen disappearing sales. There were many reasons for this, including a pricing plan that done a garments unaffordable to their core business and a clarity of tired around Lyons’s heterogeneous aesthetic. In June, CEO Mickey Drexler was replaced by James Brett, who before ran West Elm.

J.Crew was among a few mainstream retailers that presented collections during New York Fashion Week. This season, it is noticeably absent from a schedule. It’s misleading what J.Crew’s destiny holds, though all of this tumult is positively not moving most confidence.ES

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