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where to find gray flannel bowtie?

The_Foxx

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Has anyone seen gray flannel bowties for sale? I looked in new York, but none of the stores (including cucinelli, which is where I got the idea in a gq pic ) had them.
 

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Maybe edmorel can have one made if he's got some extra fabric?

EDIT: Link here
 

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Originally Posted by gladhands
Try the cordial churchman.
This was the first thing I thought of. Though they don't have something that looks suitable listed on the web-site they can convert ties into bow-ties, so I'm sure if you sent them some flannel fabric they could also make that into one.
 

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My memory may be failing me, but didn't Anthony Kirby once sell wool bowties? That's of little use, though, since his enterprise seems to be defunct.
 

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I checked the cordial churchman, nice stuff but no dice. If only Sam Hober did custom bowties, might be able to score one before the holidays-- in the meantime, any other online source ideas welcome!
 

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There is a french firm with an online presence that does bow ties in unusual shapes and perhaps fabrications as well.

The name is butterfly or bow tie in French.
 

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Originally Posted by mack11211
There is a french firm with an online presence that does bow ties in unusual shapes and perhaps fabrications as well.

The name is butterfly or bow tie in French.

Le Noeud Papillon. And they're Australian.

Although I haven't seen anything other than silks on their website.
 

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Originally Posted by The_Foxx
I checked the cordial churchman, nice stuff but no dice. If only Sam Hober did custom bowties, might be able to score one before the holidays-- in the meantime, any other online source ideas welcome!
Saks in Chevy Chase has them, I saw them there yesterday.
 

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