Crew has been working hard to get denim to fit everyone from women who don’t like to wear a shirt and men who want a more casual look, but there’s still a long way to go before everyone is wearing jeans.
The chain is giving a big push to its new denim exchange program, where women can pick from brands like Levi’s, Abercrombie and Fitch, as well as denim brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Levi Strauss & Maternity, and other brands.
The denim exchange is being launched in the coming weeks and will offer an opportunity for customers to buy and exchange their jeans for denim, as it’s becoming more common for brands to start offering similar denim to women who want to get a more tailored look.
It’s similar to what the Gap and American Eagle have done, where they offer similar styles to women and men in the same color, for example.
It is also the first time J.
Crew is offering a denim exchange in the U.S. It began in Japan in 2017, and it is now in more than 70 countries.
The company has also partnered with the Japanese brand Mizuno to launch the program in Tokyo in the first half of 2018.
The exchange program will offer a total of 5,000 pairs of denim, but it will only accept U.K. and U.A.C.C.-certified denim, and only through the first few weeks of 2018 when there is no demand for jeans from overseas.
Cole is also making a push for denim.
The American rapper released his first album in jeans last year and recently launched a brand of his own called JCPenney.
The first batch of denim will be available to purchase starting at 9 a.m.
EST on Feb. 18.
The denim exchange will be open to women aged 18 to 35 and to men in their 30s.
For more details on the exchange, visit jcrew.com.
Crew’s new denim, made in Japan, will be sold in the United States through the JCPennemakers online store.
The new jeans will also be available in stores and online at select stores.