J.Crew’s 38 Lamb’s Conduit opens up on October 10th

Dear all J.Crew menswear lovers in the UK,

Christmas came early. If you still haven’t heard about J.Crew’s European debut, it’s better now than never. They’re coming in three different packages. The already much publicized Regent street Flagship location, Brompton location dedicated to the Collection pieces, and finally, a men’s shop on 38 Lamb’s Conduit street. And luckily for their menswear fans, including me, the Lamb’s Conduit is the first one to open up. 

I’m not exaggerating when I say that their shop is the first thing you will notice when you get to Lamb’s Conduit street. It’s hard to miss or ignore the stylish lambs drawn by the one and only Hugo Guinness on the window panes of the store. 

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I probably can’t express my own excitement for this shop’s opening. I’m a big fan of J.Crew’s menswear, and if you love having tomboy moments in your fashion routine, you’ll definitely agree with me. I’ve been there for a few hours helping them getting the store ready, and all I can say is that I’ll be a very frequent visitor to the store. It’s a plus that the shop’s nostalgic design and layout also does so much justice to their signature pieces, as well as their Thomas Mason, Corgi, HAN KJØBENHAVN gems. 

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J.Crew SS2014 at NYFW

To make this milestone event even better, Mickey Drexler will be dropping by for the store openings. The big one will be at the Regent location, just the night before the opening, but he will definitely pay a visit to the Lamb’s store, which makes the opening so much more meaningful. Too bad Jenna won’t be dropping by with him…

The store opens next Thursday, and I can’t think of a better way to pump up the J.Crew fans for the grand debut of the brand in the European market. It’s such a great honour to have a part in such a historical moment of J.Crew and menswear as a whole! 

See you next Thursday!

All pictures taken from J.Crew’s blog

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