J.R. Grey and J.K. Simmons are in the hot seat in the war between fashion and hip-hop.
In the last few years, Grey’s brand, J.
Crew, has been accused of ripping jeans from people, selling them on eBay, and sometimes even ripping jeans off their own mother, who is an activist for the Black Lives Matter movement.
When the pair came under fire for the Rip-Off J. Crew jeans, they responded by claiming they were in the “battle of the century” against the “fringe.”
The jeans, according to Grey, were “designed for the modern age and were intended for women.”
“The jeans are designed to be worn as casual wear, like a T-shirt or shorts,” he said.
“The only purpose of them is to be sold, and that’s the point of them.
To sell, to have that sort of money, it’s an incredibly lucrative business.
You could buy a shirt for $5 or $10,000, and sell it to an ad agency for $200,000.
And that’s where we were at.”
It was a line of reasoning that sounded like a good place to start.
But it wasn’t.
For all the money J.P. Gray is making off the jeans, he says he’s actually making a small fortune off the brand.
The brand’s online storefront is full of janky and poorly-designed clothes, which is one of the reasons that Grey and Simmons are not in the news as much as other designers.
“We’re not on the radar of brands.
We’re not the new thing,” Grey said.
J.L. Mack, the owner of J.C. Penney, says that the J.
Grey brand has been “a great asset” to his company.
Jackets brand was created in 2012, but the company has since expanded to include other brands.
Mack says the brand has seen a huge uptick in the last year.
The company has sold more than 10 million pairs of jeans, making the company a leader in the industry.
“There is a very strong market for a brand that’s rooted in the original J. Jackets, and they’ve been very successful in that,” Mack said.
And in a way, Mack and Grey are taking advantage of that success by making some of their clothes available to the public.
In December, the brand announced a $250 million deal to sell its jeans online.
The deal will allow customers to buy up to six pairs at $99 each, which means that anyone can buy a pair for $10.
“I think it’s really good for the brand,” Grey told CNN Money.
“You know, people are seeing that there’s a lot of product, and I think that’s good for consumers.”
The two designers also seem to have taken a step back from their current business model, which involves selling a ton of clothes in bulk to fashion chains.
The two say they plan to continue to work with other retailers in the future, and said that they plan on “opening up a little more to the fashion world.”
But for now, Grey and the Jansons seem to be staying focused on their mission of selling the “perfect pair of jeans.”