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jcrew, Scott Schuman, Alice Lane, Le Figaro, Virginie Mouzat, Tank, Caroline Issa, Angela Goding, MoMA, PS1, Wonderland, Julia Sarr-Jamois, Arquiste, Carlos Huber, Tumblr, David Karp, Trunk Archive, Matthew Moneypenny, American Cancer Society, Spencer Lyons, Phillips de Pury & Co., Joe Carlucci, Linda Rodin, Rodin, Alice Lane, MoMA, PS1, Angela Goding, Trunk Archive, Matthew Moneypenny, J. Crew, Garance Doré, YouTube, 770 Behind The Line

Among the pages of heftier-than-ever September glossies, social media channels and beyond will be a stand out campaign that presents a refreshingly new model archetype: the influencer. J. Crew has selected extraordinary people who are accomplished entrepreneurs, fashion industry talents, and contributors to contemporary culture to tell the J. Crew story about quality “in a little louder way”. A few of these worthy individuals are Assistant Director of Museum Development at MoMA and PS1 Angela Goding, architect and Arquiste perfumes creator Carlos Huber, Linda Rodin of Rodin, makeup artist Alice Lane, Trunk Archive CEO Matthew Moneypenny, and founder and CEO of Tumblr David Karp. J. Crew provides the opportunity to meet this worthy cast and find out a bit about them on the (un)official J. Crew blog, 770 Behind The Line. Click on Destination Inspiration to discover even more influencers from around the globe wearing J. Crew their way. This ongoing inspiration in motion can also be followed on J. Crew’s YouTube channel. The below video finds blogger, photographer, illustrator and author Garance Doré (and Scott Schuman) strolling the streets of Paris, wearing J. Crew her way.

Van Cleef and Arpels, Mary Katrantzou, Lesage, Lanvin, Fabergé, Swarovski, Valentino, Prada, Cartier,  Cara Delevingne, Fabergé, Cara Delevingne, Alexander Fury, Giles and Rochas, SHOWstudio, utumn/Winter 2012, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Nick Knight

When 2 very good things conspire – Instagram and Nick Knight – magical things happen. Sprinkle in a flash of Cartier here, a little Katrantzou there, along with a tender fluffy friend for good measure and Nick Knight’s first ever Instagram photo shoot materializes. The refreshing abandon of careful retouching in exchange for clever web tools results in what is a true “live shoot”: all images were posted directly from camera onto Tumblr accompanied by Tweeted commentary from fashion director Alexander Fury. Hello innovation sensation!

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