Kensuke Ishizu was not American, and he certainly never attended an Ivy League university. Yet, in bringing Ivy style to Japan after World War II, he played a key role in safeguarding the classic manner of American dress for its eventual return to its birthplace. He was a very stylish and elegant man who understood that clothes have context and meaning. So, even though one may not be an Ivy fan, there is something important we should learn from his example.
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