Thomas Cato’s “The Ivy League Boy” editorial, shot for Iconique, is a story about a boy who comes of age surrounded by the proverbial University Garden.
Apparently, when a boy comes of age, he likes to take his shirt off and leave his shoes untied. In one set from “The Ivy League Boy,” the model (Karim Theilgaard at Storm) is shirtless while wearing a backpack, boxers and unlaced boots. In another, he has on a scarf, cords, a fedora, and a watch - that’s it.
To the stylist’s credit, “The Ivy League Boy” editorial did contain several shots where the boy is dressed quite nicely in the normal prep-school clothes including a plaid shirt and crested blazer. But his boots remain untied.
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