Jenna Lyons, the president and creative director of J. Crew, has divorced her husband Vincent Mazeau and is moving on with her new girlfriend, reports the Daily Mail.

But the divorce has gotten messy.

Mazeau is supposedly demanding the family's Park Slope brownstone as well as a large sum of money. He claims he deserves all of this because he put his artistic career on hold so Lyons' could progress.

They are also fighting over custody of their 5-year-old, Beckett.

The couple married in 2002.

Lyons is said to have already moved on from Mazeau with a new lesbian love, who apparently also works in the fashion industry.

The New York Post says the identity of this individual has yet to be revealed.

Lyons is one of the most influential people in the fashion industry today and reportedly earns $5 million annually.

Forbes magazine has described her as deserving of icon status comparable to the likes of superstar designers like Donna Karan and Miuccia Prada.

In 2009, she earned $750,000 plus a $1.5 million bonus and tons of perks that, all in all, totaled up to $4.2 million.

J. Crew has become one of the most successful and sought-after brands in the world today, thanks to Lyons' helping hand.

Lyons started at J. Crew in 1990 as an assistant designer and has worn many hats since then.

She came under fire earlier in 2011 after running an advertisement featuring her son Beckett getting his toe nails painted pink.

The brand not only embodies American contempo casual but also blends together these more laidback pieces with luxurious touches.

Michelle Obama is one huge fan of the line.

The First Lady has sported many of the looks herself and dresses her two daughters in Crewcuts, the J. Crew children's line.

Each catalog features Jenna's Picks, a compilation of the fashion icon's favorite pieces in that issue. This trend started in 2008 after J. Crew realized it could capitalize on Lyons' appealing personality.