Where the runway meets the street

For Fall/Winter 2014, J.Crew‘s menswear designer, Frank Muytjens, highlighted the 1930s longshoreman and New York’s waterfront as inspiration for the collection that continues to re-imagine classic garment forms for the contemporary man. Modified work and cargo trousers as well as cuffed sweatpants mixed well with a variety of outerwear that included suede and quilted bombers. Casualness remains important in the collection seen through crew-neck sweaters and knit tops, but suiting and more business attire also presented choices for shoppers this fall.

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