Brooks Brothers for Tiffany & Co 2-piece tie? Eric Glennie inspired?

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  1. Cid

    Cid Senior member

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    I came across a bunch of these today and immediately thought of rising design star EG (hope this wasn't patent pending). They must have been production samples. Snap connectors on one piece, but not the other. I have not seen this concept before. Commeth the ONEKNOT?

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  2. plei89

    plei89 Senior member

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    where did you see these?
     


  3. zarathustra

    zarathustra Senior member

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    Where to kop?
     


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  5. Cid

    Cid Senior member

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    Conceptually, all I see is next level clip-on by way of pre-tied bowtie? Tie the perfect knot (i.e. ONEKNOT) and never have to re-tie it... just lift your collar and unsnap.
     


  6. onix

    onix Senior member

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    The two pieces should have reversed patterns, so that we have the EG congruent tie [​IMG]
     


  7. Bounder

    Bounder Senior member

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    I'm sorry. I cannot fathom how these are supposed to work. What is the wide bladed part supposed to snap in to?

    And I cannot imagine how either BB or Tiffany would want to be associated with this "concept," let alone both at the same time. I suspect some sort of extremely elaborate April Fool's joke.
     


  8. pdial

    pdial Senior member

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    I don't get it
     


  9. poorsod

    poorsod Senior member

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    Snap on ties are useful if you could be the subject of violence. Some professions use Velcro or clip on ties for that purpose.
     


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    Snap on ties are useful if you could be the subject of violence. Some professions use Velcro or clip on ties for that purpose.

    Psychiatry?
     


  11. Philip1978

    Philip1978 Senior member

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    Snap on ties are useful if you could be the subject of violence. Some professions use Velcro or clip on ties for that purpose.

    Really?
     


  12. zippyh

    zippyh Senior member

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    Back when engineers wore ties but still had to go out to the factory they wore clip-ons or something like what's pictured.
     


  13. Metlin

    Metlin Senior member

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    Snap on ties are useful if you could be the subject of violence. Some professions use Velcro or clip on ties for that purpose.
    Bow tie, man. Would you beat up a man wearing a bow tie?
     


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    Jim Barns Well-Known Member

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    Really?

    Yes!

    What is it that surprises you about that?
     


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