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J. Press is the quintessential Ivy Trad brand. Founded in 1902 on Yale's campus - plus nine generations in Harvard Square - J. Press has long been the outfitter of the northeastern elite. Since their inception, they’ve adhered to a traditional design philosophy, clean aesthetic, and the highest quality tailoring. Its long American history deserves its own biography with a long list of intellectual luminaries. However, this line from J. Press comes with additional considerations of uncompromising and unequalled craftsmanship by way of Japan. ...

J. Press is the quintessential Ivy Trad brand. Founded in 1902 on Yale's campus - plus nine generations in Harvard Square - J. Press has long been the outfitter of the northeastern elite. Since their inception, they’ve adhered to a traditional design philosophy, clean aesthetic, and the highest quality tailoring. Its long American history deserves its own biography with a long list of intellectual luminaries. However, this line from J. Press comes with additional considerations of uncompromising and unequalled craftsmanship by way of Japan.

Thanks to pioneer publications in the 60s likeMen’s Club Magazine andTake Ivy, J. Press became a coveted clothier for Japanese professionals. In 1974, the Press family sold the rights to license J. Press in Japan - becoming the first American brand to be licensed on the archipelago. To many in Japan, J. Press is considered the sartorial standard by which all other professional attire is compared and judged. Japan’s imprint of J. Press connects the next generation of new ivy with traditional styles.

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J. Press is the quintessential Ivy Trad brand. Founded in 1902 on Yale's campus - plus nine generations in Harvard Square - J. Press has long been the outfitter of the ...

J. Press is the quintessential Ivy Trad brand. Founded in 1902 on Yale's campus - plus nine generations in Harvard Square - J. Press has long been the outfitter of the northeastern elite. Since their inception, they’ve adhered to a traditional design philosophy, clean aesthetic, and the highest quality tailoring. Its long American history deserves its own biography with a long list of intellectual luminaries. However, this line from J. Press comes with additional considerations of uncompromising and unequalled craftsmanship by way of Japan.

Thanks to pioneer publications in the 60s likeMen’s Club Magazine andTake Ivy, J. Press became a coveted clothier for Japanese professionals. In 1974, the Press family sold the rights to license J. Press in Japan - becoming the first American brand to be licensed on the archipelago. To many in Japan, J. Press is considered the sartorial standard by which all other professional attire is compared and judged. Japan’s imprint of J. Press connects the next generation of new ivy with traditional styles.

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J. Press Ventile Golf Jacket - Red $658.00 USD
J. Press T/W Tropical 3B Blazer - Beige $758.00 USD
J. Press Crazy B.D. Baggy Fit - Crazy $208.00 USD
J. Press Tilden Sweater - Brown $298.00 USD
J. Press T/W Tropical 1P Trousers - Beige $358.00 USD
J. Press Denim Utility Trousers - Bleach $388.00 USD

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