The brand is successful for a reason, but it’s a reason they seem to have forgotten — at least momentarily. After apologizing to a disgruntled customer, the CEO has some serious thinking, (or rethinking), to do.
Jenna Lyons, 44, is the creative director and president of clothing brand J. Crew, which is a company she turned into a billion-dollar business. It seemed like until now she could do no wrong but we all know that no one is perfect — and it turns out even Jenna Lyons makes mistakes. When J. Crew released it’s latest catalog to it’s VIP customers, one valued buyer was not impressed. Jenna had been rethinking J. Crew’s image — but unfortunately it didn’t go over well. What do YOU think?
Jenna split from husband Vincent Mazeau last summer and reportedly fell in love with longtime friend Courtney Crangi!
In the middle of her nasty divorce, J. Crew’s heralded fashion director Jenna Lyons walked a red carpet with her alleged girlfriend Courtney Crangi!
Recently there has been some uproar about a J.Crew ad featuring it’s lead designer painting her son’s toe nails pink. But J.Lo says, come on, it’s just paint!
J.Crew’s creative designer Jenna Lyons isn’t the only one that paints her son’s nails. We know Gwen Stefani is open about taking her boys Kingston, 4, and Zuma, 2, for manicures and pedicures, and now, another celebrity mom has admitted that her son gets his nails done too! People‘s most beautiful woman in the world, Jennifer Lopez!
A new ad for the clothing franchise shows a top designer painting her son’s toenails neon pink — and it has parents and doctors outraged! What’s your take?
A glimpse of this new J.Crew ad entitled “Saturday with Jenna,” featuring J.Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons and her 5-year-old son Beckett, has kicked off a fierce debate. The image was emailed to customers highlights some of Jenna’s favorite products, including the hot pink Essie nail polish she is applying to her son’s toenails. It has sparked discussion over gender identity in children, but what do you think of it?