Finding clothing by Ring Jacket, the 61-year-old Osaka-based brand inspired by Ivy League Americana, once meant having to look outside the United States. Now Ring’s preppy style—a mix of grandfatherly textiles and sleek Japanese tailoring—such as the Hamptons-ready cotton seersucker suit ($1,400) left, is available Stateside, exclusively at the Armoury in New York City. In addition to ready-to-wear, Ring Jacket’s made-to-measure will be available twice a year, when the Tribeca store hosts a team of the company’s Japanese tailors. Their next visit will be on September 25 and 26. The Armoury is at 168 Duane Street; thearmoury.com.
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