J.Crew has often been applauded for its desire to bring the very best materials and fabrications to a much wider audience. In the start of what will inevitably be an integral storytelling component of the brand, the American staple begins a series of short films that document some of its partners and their longstanding relations with quality and heritage. Vitale Barberis Canonico’s 350-year history is indicative of the expertise and respect garnered by the family-run mill situated in the foothills of the Italian Alps, establishing itself as one of the best suit-makers in existence. J.Crew’s very own Ludlow suit features Vitale Barberis Canonico fabric and serves as an important talking point for those who hold quality in the highest regard. For a further look, head over to J.Crew for a series of photographs around the mill.