Founded at Yale in New Haven, Connecticut by Jacobi Press in 1902, J. Press is a storied American clothing label, having dressed men of the Ivy League for the past century. The company’s original store at 262 York Street has long been considered an American clothing institution, and J. Press continues to offer the same quality tailoring and craftsmanship that originally made it well-known throughout the East Coast of the United States. As the modern evolution of the iconic clothing that has made J.Press a pillar of classic style, York Street carries on the rich tradition of dressing the American man, 110 years later.