Joel Sternfeld

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Photo by Joel Sternfeld Joel Sternfeld, Fallen Billboard, November 2000. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York.

"As soon as Joel saw it, he took me aside and said, 'I want to do this. Don’t let anyone else up here for a year. I will give you beautiful photos.'" – High Line Co-Founder Robert Hammond, High Line: The Inside Story of New York City’s Park in the Sky

Ana Nicole Rodriguez

Excited about our new capsule collection by J.Crew for the High Line, we invited a few friends—including neighbors and colleagues—to try on the tees and accessories in the park that inspired them. 100% of the proceeds from the purchase of this J.Crew collection support Friends of the High Line, helping us keep the High Line beautiful and inspiring for millions of visitors.

Shop the High Line and J.Crew Garments for Good collection here.

Photo by Liz Ligon

High Line supporter Stefan Gargiulo and his two daughters came over to beat the heat in the water feature on the High Line's Diller – von Furstenberg Sundeck. Stefan is dressed in the classic men’s vintage train tee and his sweet daughters look adorable in the kid’s watercolor map tee and the kid's Curious Garden tee, illustrated by the acclaimed children’s author, Peter Brown.

Ana Nicole Rodriguez
Butterfly Weed Tee

The latest apparel and accessories from J.Crew look beautiful—and are helping to keep the High Line gorgeous too.

We are pleased to present a new collection of apparel and accessories designed by J.Crew to benefit the High Line. The collection—which debuts today at the High Line Shop and launches J.Crew’s Garments for Good charitable program—is free-spirited, playful, and fun, with special products that make perfect gifts for the High Line fan in your life.

Follow us after the jump for a look at the tees, totes, bracelets, and more.

Kate Lindquist
Joel Sternfeld’s early photographs take us back in time to the 1970s and 1980s, giving us a glimpse of the people, spaces, and style that helped define the era. Taken at a shopping mall, this photograph, titled New Jersey, (#26), May/June 1980, is part of a collection on view at Luhring Augustine, New York. Photo courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.

Many know Joel Sternfeld as the photographer behind the now-iconic images of the wild landscape that grew up on the High Line when the trains stopped running in the 1980s. But his portfolio spans four decades, and a broad collection of his first works is now on view at his gallery, Luhring Augustine, New York in Chelsea.

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