Ties & Bow Ties

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A bow tie is a type of traditional necktie and it’s originated among Croatian mercenaries, who used a scarf around the neck to hold together the opening of their shirts. This was soon adopted by the upper classes in France, where the cravat gave rise to the bow tie. The name ‘cravat’ derived from the French word for ‘Croat’.

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Our idea of bow ties is simplicity and elegance, but we’re not afraid to experiment with haute couture or casual designs. What a pleasure to participate in creation of something so unique, working on our own vision with high quality fabrics.

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16 Comments

  1. I so often see men wearing bow ties at events and they are just plain old black. So much a default. Adding colour, form or pattern makes it much more interesting. My own favourite is a gold paisley, but your tartan one looks lovely and the denim an interesting diversion from the typical fabric used.

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