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J.Crew Creates Capsule Collection for the High Line


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The High Line | Photo Credit

WWD is reporting that J.Crew has designed a limited-edition collection for the High Line as part of their “Garments for Good” charitable product initiative.

In case you didn’t know, the High Line (pictured above) is a public park on the West Side of Manhattan that was built on a former elevated rail line. J.Crew will be donating all net proceeds from the collection to support the park’s maintenance and operations.

The capsule collection includes t-shirts, sweatshirts,makeup bags, baby onesies, totes, and friendship bracelets, priced between $15 and $78. The line launches this Wednesday, July 24 at the High Line shop on West 16th Street, as well as four J.Crew stores in NYC. The collection will also be available to purchase online at J.Crew and the High Line Shop website.

Want to see what the collection looks like? Here’s a sneak peek, courtesy of WWD: (Click each image to enlarge.)

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What do you think of this collection? Have you ever visited the High Line? Do you like any of these pieces? Tell us your thoughts by leaving a comment!

Posted on on July 22, 2013 / Filed Under: Fashion News / Tags: , ,

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2 Responses to “J.Crew Creates Capsule Collection for the High Line”

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    July 22nd, 2013 at 9:48 am

    These are very different from most J. Crew items and still very cute! It is fantastic that J. Crew is supporting a great cause. Check out my blog!
    Young, Classy, and Sassy Blog

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    July 24th, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    i use the High Line to walk to work every day, so i’m excited to see any kind of support for it. everyone who works there is amazing and loves the park.

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