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post #16 of 56
Alan C I have a few Prochownik ties that are close to 15 years old that were purchased in Belgium and I have one that I purchased this past year in NYC. The new one is of decent construction but the quality is not as good as the older ones, I bought it because of the color (light blue stripe) and it was on sale.
post #17 of 56
Hey guys, could we have posts that are more interesting and useful than enumerations of what we have? These types of threads strike me as particularly juvenile, like comparing baseball cards. I have a lot of John Varvatos 4 folds, some Pradas, some Donna Karans and Barney's, and assorted Hermes and Charvet, Kiton, Lanvin, and Borrelli ties. But does it really interest anyone or provide any useful information?
post #18 of 56
Marinella Kiton Borrelli Nicky Dunhill Drake's Turnbull & Asser Barbera New & Lingwood RL Purple Label Sulka
post #19 of 56
Hmm...let's see: Main Brands I Use: Luciano Barbera Hilditch & Key Drake's Vineyard Vines Salvatore Ferragamo Others That I Have: Ede & Ravenscroft Domenico Vacca Turnbull & Asser Andrew's Ties Borreli Barney's NY House Label Carlo Franco Canali Hickey-Freeman Brioni Charvet
post #20 of 56
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Hey guys, could we have posts that are more interesting and useful than enumerations of what we have?  These types of threads strike me as particularly juvenile, like comparing baseball cards. I have a lot of John Varvatos 4 folds, some Pradas, some Donna Karans and Barney's, and assorted Hermes and Charvet, Kiton, Lanvin, and Borrelli ties.  But does it really interest anyone or provide any useful information?
With the number of people who have replied to this post, I'd have to say that this topic does interest people.
post #21 of 56
How are the Vacca house ties? koji
post #22 of 56
My ties are all Marinella bespoke. Manton, in Milano they are at 90€. Cashmere at 120€. 3 weeks for bespoke, you choose the fabric that is sent back to Napoli. Marinella in my opinion has the better silk on the market; and they do not do just prints, also woven especially on the bespoke. Another service that Marinella does - I didn't hear of anyone else doing this - it's washing ties; well, they will dismantle completely the tie, specially wash the silk and ruibild it from scratch, so it does look new.
post #23 of 56
Giona: most (at least 90%) of the Marinellas sold at Bergdorf in New York are prints.  But they are good prints.  I do have one woven, and one repp from them as well.
post #24 of 56
Just relying on memory (in no particular order): Brioni Battistoni Kiton Zegna Charvet Talbott XMI Bizocchi Ralph Lauren Have more Brionis (all purchased a deep discounts.) than anything else. Bow ties: Talbott Beau Ties Ralph Lauren
post #25 of 56
Press Brooks Sulka Andover Talbott Polo Tripler Cable Car a few Brit. stores a few dept. store labels in repp, grenadine, dots, solids. In silk and wool. In madras plaid. In linen. In knits. I think I have a Liberty tie somewhere. I had a few others, but tossed them. [i]
post #26 of 56
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With the number of people who have replied to this post, I'd have to say that this topic does interest people.
Fair enough.
post #27 of 56
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could we have posts that are more interesting and useful than enumerations of what we have?  
We? Please do not include yourself and say "you" as you obviously could not.
post #28 of 56
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We? Please do not include yourself and say "you" as you obviously could not.
Your English skills fail you again.
post #29 of 56
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I own several Tino Cosma Ties
I have a few myself...they do look nice.
post #30 of 56
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We? Please do not include yourself and say "you" as you obviously could not.
Your English skills fail you again.
Yeah, but you he did have a point. Sort of.
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