Launching almost 120 years ago on Yale University’s campus by Jacobi Press, the brand became synonymous for its signature preppy-style aesthetic, before being acquired by Japanese firm Onward Kashiyama in 1986 for a wider distribution.
Thanks to the oversized logo craze of the early ‘90s, and a more recent revival in Ivy League styling, the brand’s modern take on traditional apparel has seen it remain as popular as ever.
Joining a plethora of labels, the brand arrives at Garbstore with a selection of oversized Oxford shirts and adjustable, wide-fit pleated pants. Heavyweight sweatshirts and hoodies dominate the offering and feature typical collegiate-inspired text.
Showcased with a lookbook shot by the London-based retailer, cop the full J.Press FW21 collection from the store’s website.