From: New Haven, Conn.
J.Press was founded in 1902 in New Haven, Conn. by a Latvian immigrant named Jacobi Press. Since then, not much has changed with the brand, and that's a good thing. J.Press has come to epitomize the style found on Ivy League campuses and through out New England: navy blazers, flat-front trousers, oxford cloth shirts, Shaggy Dog sweaters, and club ties. Most importantly, the brand is known for its takes on tweedsâ€”it often weaves the most eccentric patterns. Recently, J.Press has launched a line, York Street, which caters to #menswear fans and is designed by Ovadia & Sons, but the brand is forever a source for folks young and old who like to dress in a traditional manner.