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Good to know. The more I lurk and ask questions the better.
Looks like the CM side got hit with the spam doctor, hard. I have been receiving a lot of great feedback, thank you. Quick questions what is the preferred tie width on the CM side? I have a bespoke tie program so I can make practically anything but as a rule of thumb is 3.25 better than 3 or is 3.5 the go to? Best, Mauro
Pocket square are on their way from Italy, as we speak. The technical info on the fabric is as follows.The cotton is made by David and John Anderson and is a cotton twill 200's 2 ply / 200's 2ply. The linen is also made by D&J Anderson and is incredible. The measuring system for linen is different but for those who do know the measuring process it's warp is 38/1 and the weft is 46/1. If you would like any other technical information I would be happy to give it to you.As...
Some new grenadine ties. The ties will be here in a couple weeks tops.
Made in Italy with love. Knitwear in general is where WvG really shines. We have a couple hundred years collectively making knitwear.
Here are some new ties and pocket squares. Most are 5 fold but some are 7 fold. I didn't make any 9 or 11 for June. The WvG monogram is sewn by hand. The ties and pocket square are all hand sewn and rolled except for the self tipped ties. The tipping process is done with the help of a machine.
I have new body styles for Fall. I am really excited to release not only the new styles but the new fabrics. Denim geeks are about to be lifted to a different level.
We just got a couple more, lol. I like seeing all the instagram pics. Everyone is doing a great job so far. Pierce brought a friend over this weekend and he picked up some jeans. I don't know what Pierce is doing but he has some serious fading on the pockets already.
Here a couple pics taken by me with my iphone. The polo's will go the photographer this weekend. The polo's were made in Italy by one of my favorite factories. Here is a short video about the yarn used- The polo's. I have the labels loosely sewn on so that they can be easily removed.
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