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The Transformations of Ivy Style

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The following post from Permanent Style by a guest writer captures some of the transformations of American Ivy Style in other countries. The Japanese version is well-known -- I had read David Marx's Ametora which the writer refers to, and which is about the development of Japanese Ivy style. The British have long adapted some of the elements of Ivy style into their own trad styles. But I had not heard of French Ivy. It seems that traditional styles in many societies have been influenced by trad style in the US. Here's the piece:

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IMO those two shoes belong in the pantheon of greatest footwear ever. I, too, have searched in vain but gave up several years ago. The Quoddy Maliseet sort of bridges them and will have to suffice, although right now they are drying out from the drubbing they got last night taking out the trash and recycling and walking the dog while a frog strangler was in progress. The holiday observance made me forget it was Monday!
Having the Moccasin in both brown and navy hues, I will second Quoddy Trails Maliseet design as a suitable substitute for the Moc designs mentioned above. ;)
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