J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler
has responded to a New York Times
column that called out a bad experience with the retailer and declared all online shopping "hell." Author Delia Ephron
related a personal experience with J.Crew in the column, saying that the items she ordered weren't wrapped and they were shipped to the wrong address. Then she had to go through a time-consuming customer service process. Drexler responded with a letter to the editor, which was then published by The New York Times
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J.Crew Uses Photoshop to Carve Out Model's Thighs
November 1, 2012
From Huffington Post
We're pretty used to fashion brands retouching photos to contort models’ bodies. But while slimming down legs, removing ribs and even doling out lopsided boob jobs are certainly jarring, we couldn't help but feel completely stunned upon seeing J.Crew's recent Photoshop fail — it completely obliterated
a model's thighs. Is nothing sacred?
J. Crew profit surges 54% in Q3
November 29, 2012
From Chain Store Age
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