Hollywood director Paul Feig announces new J.Crew menswear capsule
Feig's tweet said, "Just like Beyoncé dropping a secret album out of nowhere, I’m officially announcing my collaboration with [J.Crew] the Paul Feig for J. Crew collection of suits, shirts, ties and accessories. On sale in selected stores and online tomorrow!"
The collection is an eccentric mix of three piece suits, terrier dog-printed ties, and flower-shaped lapel pins. Colorful highlights include enamel cufflinks in the shape of lemons and olives for $60, and plum-colored 18-wale corduroy pants for $88.
Feig is known for his unique and colorful style in Hollywood. The director has been quoted saying "Comfort is overvalued. We got into entertainment because we like glamour." He tweeted today that the collection is a "dream come true" for him.
Feig also announced that fifty percent of profits from the four silk pocket squares in the collection will be donated to Stomp Out Bullying. His caption was "Because bullies suck but pocket silks RULE."
The collection is now available both in stores and online. Price points range from $20 for flower lapel pins to $425 for the two cashmere-wool blend lapel suit jackets.
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