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post #31 of 56
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Originally Posted by FIHTies View Post
That might have been true before today but now that we know its produced in China...

Hey, at least he is employing Chinese people who are out of work. I bet they found making the ties just as entertaining as making all the other stupid crap Americans buy. I bet they were giggling in Chinese.
post #32 of 56
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post

No matter how many times the popcorn eater gets posted, I always laugh.
post #33 of 56
I say good on you Eric!!

Follow your dreams

K
post #34 of 56
I think I've said this before...but EG is a "Real Man of Genius"
post #35 of 56
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Originally Posted by fcuknu View Post
Cheap cheesy greesy "italian" mens shops have been doing this stuff for years. If I want to look like a gangster though...


Nothing like black on black on black with a splash of white...

I dont think this look is gangster at all. This look is French all the way! If Chanel had a Homme line it would start with this necktie. The neckline is the focal point of any man's wardrobe so therefore this tie would be the most influential look in the history of men neckwear. Why? because you dont need a label on the backside to know who this tie comes from. Can you make that statement from any neckwear designer in the history of neckwear? The answer is NO! I have 2 looks that will change the history of menswear ( spliced and congruent), without having to pay millions of dollars to establish a brand. Branding is NOT fashion design. Along with discovering my 15 unique necktie knots, Eric Glennie will be the most influential menswear fashion designer you will ever come across. Rebute this statement Mr. Four in Hand! That is the power of my designs and the influence of my art. These looks are American innovation and please let me know the last time an American designer invented anything in fashion!!!!
post #36 of 56
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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
I dont think this look is gangster at all. This look is French all the way! If Chanel had a Homme line it would start with this necktie. The neckline is the focal point of any man's wardrobe so therefore this tie would be the most influential look in the history of men neckwear. Why? because you dont need a label on the backside to know who this tie comes from. Can you make that statement from any neckwear designer in the history of neckwear? The answer is NO! I have 2 looks that will change the history of menswear ( spliced and congruent), without having to pay millions of dollars to establish a brand. Branding is NOT fashion design. Along with discovering my 15 unique necktie knots, Eric Glennie will be the most influential menswear fashion designer you will ever come across. Rebute this statement Mr. Four in Hand! That is the power of my designs and the influence of my art. These looks are American innovation and please let me know the last time an American designer invented anything in fashion!!!!

Look brother, you are using our respectable forum to pump your wares. That quote above looks ripped out of a marketing handbook. Your right to do it, free speach and all.

We can see you love what you have done. Personally, I cant get past the made in china part. You've gotta draw a line somewhere.

And on a more technical level, it seems you have to make that knot in an exact spot, what happens when you have a long or short torso? You either get a tie half way up your chest or one that can be used as a dish rag.
post #37 of 56
Do you have any bow tie necklaces left?
post #38 of 56
I've always thought that his wares were handcut in the freezing Minnesotan winter.

That that he's outsourced, I don't think I would support him financially.
post #39 of 56
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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
Yeah! Most people hated Zubbaz and look how that went? It may take a while for you to understand my vision!

So clearly you aren't selling anything that SF would approve of or want to wear.

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Originally Posted by eric glennie View Post
Why? because you dont need a label on the backside to know who this tie comes from. Can you make that statement from any neckwear designer in the history of neckwear? The answer is NO! I have 2 looks that will change the history of menswear ( spliced and congruent), without having to pay millions of dollars to establish a brand.

Uh, yes you can.

These epitomize Hermes design.
post #40 of 56
You can apply, as can anyone, to styleforum.net@gmail.com You should include a short description of your business and of how you see it positioned in Styleforum.

Fok.

(I am going to check that email right now )
post #41 of 56
those ties would sell more if you can get matching pocket squares. just saying.
post #42 of 56
That video of Glennie looks nothing like the Glennie in that portrait that used to be posted on the site.
post #43 of 56
WTF??

http://www.ericglennie.com/silknecklace.html

This guy is surely the Messiah the mankind has been waiting for! Perhaps the reincarnation of Duke of Windsor in the 21st century!

May I kindly ask something Eric if you don't mind?

Is there a special reason why you did not pair Chain-Link Neckties (Gothic Chic) with your patent-pending cutout collars?

BTW, I have found your cutout turtlenecks very suitable for vampires!
post #44 of 56
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Originally Posted by aragon765 View Post
has anyone actually called the number on the website to establish if this is actually a real person?

Google results for that number:
http://www.google.com/search?q=952-4...i=rwp&ct=title
Christopher Bargeron (952) 423-7316 Rosemount, MN 55068
Jay Schuler (952) 423-7316 Rosemount, MN 55068
post #45 of 56
^ Clever ploys to hide and protect a fertile mind. I think Margiela did the same thing some years back.
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