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post #151 of 163
While the hankies look real nice, I don't think I'll be using them when even my father considers them to be outdated.
post #152 of 163
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SS 11 just up now... huh?

nope, SS11 is all sold out. We just put up Autumn Winter 11.
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post #154 of 163
Love the fabrics of the ties for both S/S and A/W 11, but can't justify the price point right now for them. musicboohoo[1].gif
post #155 of 163
whose stocking the camo scarf?
post #156 of 163
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whose stocking the camo scarf?

anybody?
post #157 of 163
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anybody?

We'll have it. Delivery comes in at the end of August for the scarves.
post #158 of 163
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http://www.selectism.com/news/2011/08/02/the-hill-side-cherry-blossom-neckties/

hill side cherry blossom tie in red for sale ... brand new never worn!

pm me
post #159 of 163
just put up an indigo bandana on buy/sell
post #160 of 163

Looking for a reversible camo or red floral pocket square!

post #161 of 163
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Yeah, that Context email made me take a look, too. I wonder what the hand is like on a couple of these items.
^ Hopefully on the soft side, especially since this dude is rubbing his glasses with the chambray.

 

 

Not sure I'd use any of their pocket squares/hankerchiefs on glasses as they're (IMO) too rough and could scratch the surface.

post #162 of 163
Chambray is pretty soft after a few washes. I've had mine for years and clean my sunglasses with it all the time.
post #163 of 163
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Our friends Sandy & Emil Corsillo over at The Hill-Side have recently released a video that gives us a peak into the creation of one of their most unique fabrics: the Old Virginia "Modified Herringbone". Combined with a video they made last year showing the weaving process, they offer an amazing look into the process behind the product.

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The first video shows us "Old Bob the Weaver" and his vintage 1939 Crompton & Knowles W3 shuttle loom. Bob's family has been weaving in rural Virginia since the 1870's. We follow the story of the yarn as it is woven while Bob demonstrates his expert knowledge of the intricate machine. A very cool insight into the production behind the accessories we carry!


The second, more recent video, follows Sandy and Emil's journey as they travel back to visit Bob at his home once again. Volvo lent them a car and film crew to make the trip, and although they make some detours, we get to see both the weaving of the fabric and the sewing of some ties. The Old Virginia fabric is one of the most unique and interesting we've ever carried, and these videos are definitely worth a look.
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