I've seen a couple photos of J.Crew's Jenna Lyons wearing Nike's, I've heard she wears Dunks (not 100% sure those are Dunks in the photo above). Lifestyle court silhouettes, basketball and tennis seem to have gained popularity in the last 3 years. Jenna Lyons was 44 when this photo was taken, she's no doubt an influencer and yet J.crew doesn't carry any Dunks, Af1s, or All Courts, they don't carry any silhouettes with air, they basically carry the same "vintage" running stuff that New Balance offers. Why wouldn't Nike work with J.crew so they could offer the shoes the J.crew consumer would buy or at least something different from what the other sneaker brands are offering? The Adidas Stan Smith was offered in unisex sizing and sold out so quickly people who worked for J.crew weren't able to get a pair. Having worked at Nike I know first hand how difficult it can be to talk some of the old dudes into buying into new ideas and concepts. It's slowly changing and hard to ignore the fact that women are wearing sneakers more today than ever and this market will continue to grow, but it's still frustrating that something that should have been available 2 years ago probably won't be available until 2015. Nike has had an ongoing collaboration with A.P.C. since 2004ish. I tried to get a pair of the All Courts and the all white Air Max 1's both were sold out online within the first 4 hours they were available. J.crew is a couple years behind A.P.C. and the Nike people should realize this and use the momentum generated by the A.P.C. collaborations to bring something to a larger J.crew audience, but still keep it a little bit limited. Jenna Lyons is an older female Nike consumer, it would be nice if companies like Nike would recognize the fact that their consumer isn't just a twenty year old.