Drakes ties are nicely made and the silks are top notch. Some of the patterns are painfully boring, however. I bought a Drakes tie in Milan recently for EUR85 that I like well enough. In London, some really nice Drakes are found at Emma Willis for GBP85 a pop (very expensive) and at Liberty (can't remember the price).
In NY, one can find Drakes at BG. But they cut them around 2.5 inches wide -- so basically unwearable. Paul Stuart sells some, although the snotty tie saleswomen I spoke to told me in a patronizing way: "sir, all our ties are made by Paul Stuart." To which I responded, I did not realize that PS had a tie making factory. She walked off in a huff. Then returned to tell me that she did not know the vendors that make their ties. (I freakin' hate Paul Stuart). Barney's sells a decent selection of Drakes ties and bowties. Saks had a few this season labelled as Michael Drake. Cenci carries some ties under their own label by Drakes. I would imagine Herzfeld may carry some, although I have not been to that store in years. I think Oxxford may carry some as well, under their own lable I presume. In the US, you can expect to pay between $125 and $135 per tie. Oh yeah, I think Drakes makes some of the ties under the Spano label at Saks. Very nice, but they run $175!!!!