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Prep School Chic

A dress code doesn’t sideline a discerning fashion sense.

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Jackson Logie ’10

 

Attending next year: Vanderbilt

 

Hometown: New Canaan, Conn.

 

Style m.o.: A preppy-dapper two-season athlete (hockey and lacrosse), Logie counts Ralph Lauren as an “absolute favorite. I could dress in him head to toe every day.” Logie is one who revels in the details: belt, shoes, Tiffany cuff links, tie that turns a daily look from “dress code” to distinctive. That is, this is the effort he makes on mornings when he’s had enough time to fold a pocket square — “kind of a pain when you’re running late to class,” he says.

 

Favorite labels: Ralph Lauren, Ferragamo, Trafalgar for belts, Cole Haan for shoes

 

Shops: Barneys New York, Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren

 

Cracks the code: With shorts, sweater vests, hand-tied bow ties. Before the spring formal, Logie had classmates lined up outside his dorm room waiting for help getting their bow ties properly knotted.

 

Favorite accessory: Boxer shorts in Italian fabric that mom (designer Liz Logie) made from remnants of the namesake line she sells to Mitchells and Neiman Marcus.

 

Online: ESPN.com

 

Ipod: Bruce Springsteen, Kenny Chesney

 

 

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