Behind The Scenes At J. Press Fall/Winter 2017 Photo Shoot

Here’s a sneak peek at what J. Press has cooked up for this fall, as recently unveiled on its Instagram account

16 Comments on "Behind The Scenes At J. Press Fall/Winter 2017 Photo Shoot"

  1. Faces both familiar and new!

  2. Caustic Man | August 8, 2017 at 2:22 pm |

    Is that the fogey?

  3. Silly angle to shoot from…but yes

  4. Charlottesville | August 8, 2017 at 3:38 pm |

    As promised, looks like there are much improved shoulders on some of the coats. And is that a 2-button sleeve on the blazers? Very heyday. I recognize Daniel (the Fogey) and Jay Walter, but am not sure of the others. I can’t tell if the suit is brown or gray, but the man in the first picture look quite elegant. Interesting to see some senior chaps along with the youthful set.

  5. Interesting items- particularly the duffle coat and sportcoats.

  6. Really hope they have some jackets in 40L this season but I’m not holding my breath…

  7. Walking through the J. Press store in the Village is a true delight. Been there only once but how nice to get the feeling that someone finally knows what is what and is not caving to trends

  8. roger sack | August 8, 2017 at 6:39 pm |

    ” Improved shoulders”? How many more seasons will have to go by
    before J Press arrives at the shoulder that they had years ago?
    O’ Connells and the Neapolitans ( gasp!) have been doing it all along.

  9. Press is currently running a promotion (online only I believe) on what they bill as “3/2 sack” suits, made in Canada, for just over 500 smackers. Has anyone ever bought directly from them online? I’m a dead-on 42R, so sizing isn’t usually an issue.

  10. Sport jackets and blazers look a tad short.

  11. Be sure that when you choose yours you choose wisely.

  12. The length on the grey tweed-type jacket seems right on. The blue blazer that dan’s wearing seems wrong, but that might just be that particular coat or the camera angle. I’m sure that the fogie will help us choose wisely

  13. A natural shoulder is still the lost link to the heyday. The essence of Ivy continues to elude.

  14. FrontPorchLife | August 9, 2017 at 5:29 pm |

    What kind of trousers is the fellow with the duffel coat and crewneck sweater wearing? Interesting design with the pockets like that. Reminds me of some old Eddie Bauer cargo pants I once had.

  15. Mr. Walter–such a great sense of style. The tassel mocs– nice.

  16. @FrontPorchLife they look to be the deadstock chinos that Brian at Wooden Sleepers has in stock. Not sure the manufacturer, but most of the things in his shop are from they heyday.

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