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J CREW GROUP INC

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Title: AMENDED AND RESTATED NON-DISCLOSURE, NON-SOLICITATION AND NON-COMPETITION
Governing Law: New York     Date: 3/23/2009
Industry: Retail (Apparel)     Sector: Services

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Exhibit 10.39

AMENDED AND RESTATED

NON-DISCLOSURE, NON-SOLICITATION AND NON-COMPETITION

In consideration of your employment (or continued employment) with or provision of services to J.Crew Group, Inc. and its affiliates (collectively, the “Company”) and for other good and valuable consideration, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, you agree as follows:

1. Agreement Not to Disclose Confidential Information . In the course of your employment with or provision of services to the Company, you have and will have acquired and have had access to confidential or proprietary information about the Company, including but not limited to, trade secrets, methods, models, passwords, access to computer files, financial information and records, computer software programs, agreements and/or contracts between the Company and its vendors and suppliers, the Company’s merchandising, marketing and/or creative policies, practices, concepts, strategies, and methods of operations, inventory, pricing and price change strategies, possible new product lines, future merchandise designs, patterns, fabrication or fit information, internal policies, pricing policies and procedures, cost estimates, employee lists, training manuals, financial or business projections, unannounced financial data such as sales, earnings or capital requirements, possible mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures and information about or received from vendors and other companies with which the Company does business. The foregoing shall be collectively referred to as “Confidential Information.” You are aware that the Confidential Information is not readily available to the public. You agree that during your employment or provision of services and for a period of three (3) years thereafter, you will keep confidential and not disclose the Confidential Information to anyone or use it for your own benefit or for the benefit of others, except in performing your duties as our employee or agent. You agree that this restriction shall apply whether or not any such information is marked “confidential.”

All memoranda, disks, files, notes, records or other documents, whether in electronic form or hard copy (collectively, the “material”) compiled by you or made available to you during your employment (whether or not the material contains confidential information) are the property of the Company and shall be delivered to the Company on the termination of your employment or at any other time upon request. Except in connection with your employment, you agree that you will not make or retain copies or excerpts of the material.

2. Agreement Not to Engage in Unfair Competition . You agree that your position with the Company requires and will continue to require the performance of services which are special, unique, extraordinary and of an intellectual and/or artistic character and places you in a position of confidence and trust with the Company. You further acknowledge that the rendering of services to the Company necessarily requires the disclosure of confidential information and trade secrets of the Company. You agree that in the course of your employment with or rendering of services to the Company, you will develop a personal acquaintanceship and relationship with the vendors and other business associates of the Company and knowledge of their affairs and requirements. Consequently, you agree that it is reasonable and necessary for the protection of the goodwill and business of the Company that you make the covenants contained herein. Accordingly, you agree that while you are in the Company’s employ and for the period of twelve months after the termination of your employment, for any reason whatsoever (including “Good Reason,” as defined below), you shall not directly or indirectly, except on behalf of the Company:

(a) render services to or accept employment, either directly as an employee or owner, or indirectly, as a paid or unpaid consultant or independent contractor of any entity identified on Schedule A hereto (as may be updated by the Company and communicated to you from time to time); or

 

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(b) employ as an employee or retain as a consultant any person who is then or at any time during the preceding twelve months was an employee of or consultant to the Company, or persuade or attempt to persuade any employee of or consultant to the Company to leave the employ of the Company or to become employed as an employee or retained as a consultant by anyone other than the Company.

3. Termination Without Cause or For Good Reason . Should your employment be (a) terminated by the Company without “Cause,” as defined below, or terminated by you for “Good Reason,” as defined below; and (b) the Company does not consent to waive any of the post-employment restrictions contained in paragraph 2(a) above, and (c) you execute and deliver to Company an irrevocable Separation Agreement and Release, within 60 days after your termination of employment (and any payment that constitutes non-qualified deferred compensation under Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended and any regulations thereunder (the “Code”) that otherwise would be made within such 60-day period pursuant to this paragraph shall be paid at the expiration of such 60-day period), in a form acceptable to the Company, the Company will pay you a severance payment equal to (i) a lump sum amount equal to the product of (x) the annual bonus, if any, that you would have earned based on the actual achievement of the applicable performance objectives in the fiscal year which includes the date of your termination of employment had your employment not been terminated and (y) a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days in the fiscal year that includes the date of your termination through the date of such termination and the denominator of which is 365, payable when bonuses are generally paid to employees of the Company, but in no event later than the 15 th day of the third month following the end of the year with respect to which such bonus was earned; (ii) twelve (12) months of your then-current base salary, to be paid, less all applicable deductions, according to the Company’s normal payroll practices for a period coextensive with the restricted period (twelve months); and (iii) during the restricted period, reimbursement for out-of-pocket COBRA payments paid by you to continue your group health benefits, provided you submit relevant supporting documentation to the Company evidencing such payments. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, however, your right to receive the foregoing payments shall terminate effective immediately upon the date that you become employed by another entity as an employee, consultant or otherwise, and you agree to notify the Senior Vice-President of Human Resources in writing prior to the effective date of any such employment. If you fail to so notify the Senior Vice-President of Human Resources, (a) you will forfeit your right to receive the payments described above (to the extent the paymen


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