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J. Crew at the Oscars

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J. Crew is all over the A-list lately—the First Family are big fans of the label, with Malia and Sasha Obama frequently spotted sporting J. Crew looks. And last night, at the Academy Awards, Oscar winner, Geoffrey Fletcher wore J. Crew's Ludlow Tuxedo to collect his golden statue for Adapted screenplay for the movie Precious. [Racked Inbox]