The crews appearing in the polished catalogs of the J. Crew Group are far from motley. The retailer is known for its preppy fashions, including jeans, khakis, and other basic (but pricey) items sold to young professionals through its catalogs, websites, and more than 360 retail and factory stores in the US (and now Canada) under the J. Crew, crewcuts (for kids), and Madewell banners. Madewell is a women's-only collection of hip, casual clothes. CEO Millard "Mickey" Drexler, recruited from The Gap to revive J. Crew's ailing fortunes, has led a renaissance at the firm, capped by a public offering in 2006. In 2011, the company was taken private by TPG Capitaland Leonard Green & Partners.