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Ivy-Style is a celebration of all things Ivy. That starts with the shirt on your back, but it reaches everywhere. Ivy was and is a form of expression for independent thinking people who love to assert dignity through aesthetics. Or people being good people looking good while they are doing it. You pick.
If you love Trad, welcome home. If you love Ivy, welcome home. If you love to surround yourself with the classics in all things and are not afraid of a little update now and again, welcome home. Fashion, of course. And not just for men. Family. Travel. Career. Books. Cars. Arts. Cooking. Spirits. Leisure. Education. Home. Pick it, it will be here, and be here soon.
Ivy-Style is also a portal for great brands. Brands we love, that we hope to introduce you to so that you love them. And brands you already know. Classics, like we said.
Content feeds community feeds commerce,
John Burton, Executive Director
Founder Christian Chensvold started Stickpin Media, a loose collection of websites consisting of Masculine Interiors and FineArtsLA (both sold), GolfStyle.guru (great fun but shuttered), and Dandyism.net, which received global media coverage and was dubbed “the most self-important review in the history of media.” On Christmas Day 2019, Chensvold launched Trad-Man.com, a site on spirituality for men based on the wisdom tradition. A writer by trade, Chensvold spent five years as contributing editor for The Rake and a dozen years as contributing writer to Ralph Lauren Magazine. His articles have appeared in L’Uomo Vogue, Robb Report, Quest, The LA Times Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, RalphLauren.com, Poet, Films In Review, The Nob Hill Gazette, and many other publications. He is the author of “The Stylish Life: Golf” (teNeues), co-author of “Ivy Style: Radical Conformists” (Yale), and the author two works of short fiction, “The Disengage” and “These Are Our Failures” (both Antenna Books).
Featured columnist Richard Press is the grandson of J. Press founder Jacobi Press, and worked at the family company from 1959-1991, ultimately serving as president. He also spent four years as president and CEO of FR Tripler & Company. A graduate of Dartmouth, he currently resides on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Special correspondent G. Bruce Boyer attended Moravian College and Lehigh University, where he took a master’s degree in English. He has served as men’s fashion editor of Town & Country, and is currently a contributing editor at The Rake. Boyer is also the author of several books on menswear, including the 1985 classic “Elegance.” His latest tome, “True Style,” came out in 2015.
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