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post #376 of 738
That's a very good looking tie. Nice knot and a good ensemble over all. I think the photo is fine too. It's kinda tricky taking photos of your neck.
post #377 of 738
Agreed - your photo looks just as good if not better than the one I posted a few days ago. Tie looks killer as well
post #378 of 738
steve, that is perfection.
post #379 of 738
AWESOME! Yea, I don't play, I wish there was more of that vicuna...you know I'll be on the lookout though fellas!
post #380 of 738
Thanks for the compliments guys. Yes the tie is very impressive. I look forward to adding more YHs to my rotation.
post #381 of 738
We're en route to pick up some great stuff for the show in a couple of weeks! Hope you guys like 100% English, Italian and Scottish cashmere...plus some other really neat surprises!

Maybe some teaser shots later...
post #382 of 738
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post #383 of 738
Some teaser shots:

More casual 3" Selvedge Denim, 3" Railroad Stripe Denim, 3" Corduroy Plaid


3.25-3.5" Holiday Plaids made from some Vintage Scottish Tartans we found buried in an old fabric store on the LES of Manhattan


And now the cashmere and tweeds:



From left to right:
100% Cashmere Blue and White Houndstooth
Woodhouse Denim Tweed #2
100% Draper's Cashmere Dark Houndstooth
100% Cashmere Mud Pie Houndstooth
JG Hardy Tweed
100% Grey Blue Windowpane Cashmere Houndstooth
100% Cashmere Terrone Tattersall
100% Cashmere Bad, Bad Leroy Brown Plaid
100% Cashmere Houndstooth Overcheck
Scabal Purple Donegal Tweed
Vintage Red and Brown English Tweed
100% Cashmere Zegna Herringbone
100% Cashmere Brown Plaid
100% Cashmere Sherwood Forest

These will not be available until 11/16 and 17th at the SF Trunk Show...whatever's left will hit our site later that week.
post #384 of 738
Oh my goodness. I'm going to have to take some time and really look at these.
post #385 of 738
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Originally Posted by FrankCowperwood View Post

Oh my goodness. I'm going to have to take some time and really look at these.

We'll have a couple of surprises as well...
post #386 of 738
Well, everyone should come away from the trunk show with at least one of these, but maybe there still be something left for the e-buyers. :-)

I'm looking forward to putting on my wooly mammoth now that the weather is cooler and getting the Hudson blue corduroy on, which has been waiting for its first wear too.
post #387 of 738
Drool worthy pictures.
post #388 of 738
Rob, please tell me there's enough purple donegal for an mto.
post #389 of 738
Hoping to have a few more of these by next weekend...I love these ties, and they were fashioned in the mold an old Jcrew tie I had in college, so not as thick as our standard offerings, perfect for casual wear:

Selvedge Raw Denim Tie:






I know this generally doesn't speak to most of our customers, but its a project close to my own heart...I love workwear, I love the qualities of denim, and I love the "fashion" element of the white selvedge. This is made from medium weight (~10 oz) Japanese denim, is unlined, three fold and 3" at its widest point. Would make a bad ass accessory to a standard slim khaki and blue OCBD giving you the chance to sport selvedge without getting your jeans out.

Second is a Railroad Stripe Selvedge tie...this one we didn't use the actual self edge, as I feel it would contradict the RR stripe a bit, and our sample here was made inside out...our production models will be made with the dark side out. Its also raw denim, but this one is a touch lighter than the 10oz and is also unlined and three fold, 3" at its widest point.


Here it is as a denim three piece, jean shirt by Epaulet, Jeans by Somet (from BlueinGreene)


So often going to street wear means you have to sacrifice the "hand made" element to your garment, I wanted to bring something that was still entirely handcrafted to the market with a bit of an edge. I think the denim tie will look great after a few years and wear, fade and soften up like your favorite pair of jeans. We did a one wash denim tie before and it even passed a wash test...and was back in shape after a quick hot iron press...so you know its tough as nails and still an old school handcrafted item.
post #390 of 738
I like this concept a lot. Particularly the railroad stripe.
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