The Winds of War

The Winds of War

I was six years old in 1944 when Grandfather Jacobi set up chairs and blankets for us to watch the Christmas Day Parade from the balcony in front o...

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Lulu’s Back In Town

Lulu’s Back In Town

Kurt Vonnegut, author, playwright and “cultural critic at a critical moment,” kept several J. Press Tuxedos in his closet. A longtime loyal custome...

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Revisiting Camelot

Revisiting Camelot

The tragic chord of President John F. Kennedy’s epic saga that ended fifty-five years ago this week remains an everlasting fugue on the dark side o...

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J. Press Prime

J. Press Prime

You learn a lot in 116 years of devotion to a single enterprise. Up to the current day J. Press has made and fitted garments for hundreds of thousa...

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Treasure Chest Classic

Treasure Chest Classic

rom my early college days at dear old Dartmouth to my current walks with Granddog Rolo on the sometimes blistery cold West Village sidewalks of New...

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Since 1902

Since 1902

The earliest years of J. Press were devoted principally to custom tailoring for those associated with Yale University. As graduates left New Haven ...

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