March 19, 2012
The Selby captures the stylish Caroline de Maigret at home in Paris for Madewell’s latest catalog. De Maigret, a record producer, models clothing from the cult brand’s new spring collection in a special section called “French Lessons.” The idea was to capture de Maigret embodying spring’s undone chic mood in a natural way. The Selby shot her in trends such as vintage-inspired accessories, stripes, neutrals, and boyish silhouettes.
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August 5, 2010
J. Crew’s sister brand Madewell 1937 debuted its online store this spring to eager shoppers. Justin Hollar captures the latest styles for the retailer in its new online look book. Soft layered tees, lightweight cardigans, and effortless blazers are among the new arrivals to pique excitement for fall. Hollar has worked with Madewell on multiple projects, shooting in various locations such as a factory in the Bronx, in studio, and on Coney Island. No matter the place, Hollar’s photographs continue to bring out the essence of Madewell.
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June 15, 2010
Until recently, fans of Madewell’s denim, shoes, and apparel could only purchase clothing at the less than twenty brick and mortar stores scattered across America. Thanks to the newly opened e-commerce site, shoppers everywhere are able to peruse their jeans, shirts, simple tees, and more. Justin Hollar was excited to be a part of the big online launch and promotion. His images appear on the Madewell site’s digital look book and homepage. New Madewell stores are planned to launch this year across the nation, it’s only a matter of time before J. Crew’s spin-off store becomes as popular as its parent.
View more looks from Madewell shot by Justin Hollar