11 Facts About Take Ivy


Take Ivy is a 1965 fashion photography book which documents the attire of Ivy League students from the 1950s and 1960s.

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Take Ivy has been the Ivy League bible for Japanese baby boomers and has influenced a "neo-Ivy" style in recent years.

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Take Ivy was authored by four Japanese sartorial style enthusiasts and is a collection of candid photographs shot on the campuses of America's elite Ivy League universities.

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Take Ivy was a photography book done by a Japanese photographer and men's style enthusiasts.

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Take Ivy began shooting cover images for Men's Club magazine right after the title's launch.

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Take Ivy's style is considered to be highly sophisticated and he is a connoisseur of gourmet food.

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Take Ivy started working in the editorial division at Men's Club after graduating from Kuwasawa Design School.

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Take Ivy established Ishizu Office in 1983, and continues to produce several clothing brands including Niblick.

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Take Ivy left the company in 1970 and started his own business called Cross and Simon.

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Take Ivy is currently serving as the executive director for Cosmo Public Relations Corporation.

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Take Ivy was originally published in 1965 in Japan by Fujingahosha magazine publishers, known today as Hachette Fujuingaho, Co.

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