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post #121 of 129
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Putting Thomas Pink in there for T2.  Though their quality has gone down in the last couple of years, they make great knots and drape well.

 

I love my t pinks. My only complaint is the seven fold is CRAZY thick, and wrinkles a bit easily
post #122 of 129

Where would a Chanel tie rank? Mine feels very well made.

post #123 of 129
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Originally Posted by lhenry View Post

Where would a Chanel tie rank? Mine feels very well made.

1/2 a notch below Gucci, 1/2 notch above Hugo Boss.
post #124 of 129
Where would you guys place Peter Millar ties, their multi-folds in particular?
post #125 of 129

List update?

post #126 of 129
Pierre Cardin! / thread
post #127 of 129
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

I always end up with a superb knot with Tom Ford. I have a Zenga that does the same, but I've seen a lot of so-so zegna.

it depends on the line of Zegna
post #128 of 129
I'm surprised Borrelli is tier one. I had a Borrelli six-fold for the longest time, and I couldn't tie a decent looking knot with it to save my life. The material was also on the rigid side compared to all my other ties.
post #129 of 129
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Originally Posted by swaggerisaliability View Post

I'm surprised Borrelli is tier one. I had a Borrelli six-fold for the longest time, and I couldn't tie a decent looking knot with it to save my life. [...]

 

I feel the same way about Hermes prints, and for exactly the same reason. 

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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