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post #46 of 74
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
RJ ties are now made in Italy? A great artist dies in me. Udeshi is a designer. A very talented one, who has high standards for the quality of the items he sells. I thought you had a favorable blog post about them? Or at least their pocket squares, which could make FNB blush... The only RJ-branded spinoff I launched was the late RJ cat. Join the Posse. OBEY feline.You would like the ties at A l'escalier d'argent in the gardens of the Palais Royal.
Where can you see Udeshi and RJ ties? Actually a couple of the Seasick and Squirm pocket squares are alright.
post #47 of 74
Seems the clear consensus here is for T & A and Drakes. I personally like the T & A ties alot. Their weight and heft is excellent. They seem pretty durable as well. Very little experience with the Drakes ties but they are about equal in my mind.
post #48 of 74
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Originally Posted by PocketCircle View Post
So who makes the best British ties?

Drakes
Turnbull & Asser
Vanners
Rayner & Sturges
post #49 of 74
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Originally Posted by PocketCircle View Post
What about other Jermyn St brands?

We have mentioned Turnbull & Asser, New & Lingwood, Hilditch & Key ... there are others?
post #50 of 74
Do Budd still make their own neckties?

- B
post #51 of 74
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Do Budd still make their own neckties?

Earlier in the thread ... someone (RJman?) mentioned that Budd do not.

Edit: Actually he said they are machine made ... so perhaps they do.
post #52 of 74
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
You would like the ties at A l'escalier d'argent in the gardens of the Palais Royal.

But it's the waistcoats that are their raison d'etre.
post #53 of 74
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Originally Posted by Will View Post
But it's the waistcoats that are their raison d'etre.

The waistcoats could make FNB blush.
post #54 of 74
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
The waistcoats could make FNB bush.

à l'impossible nul n'est tenu
post #55 of 74
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
Where can you see Udeshi and RJ ties?

Apart from Selfridges, where can i see Atkinson's in London?

Leon
post #56 of 74
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
Earlier in the thread ... someone (RJman?) mentioned that Budd do not.

Edit: Actually he said they are machine made ... so perhaps they do.

RJ is elliptical. When he says something is "machine" made, he might mean machine, or he might mean robot whore.

I heard that Budd was stocking some great ties last year under their name made up from Evans/Adamley faux Madder, and was wondering about those. And surely, the sized formal bows are in house still.


- B
post #57 of 74
^Ah, bow ties. Where can i get sized bow ties, that aren't miserably mean in width and height (in London)? Leon
post #58 of 74
How do British ties knot in comparison to Italian.
post #59 of 74
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
How do British ties knot in comparison to Italian.

There's no constant - some of my T&A ties have a decent knot some a bit thin, ditto my Italian ties.
post #60 of 74
thanks Mok!
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