Pocket Square Clothing was established in 2011 as a men’s accessory brand. With no formal fashion training but with an architectural and business background, founders Rodolfo Ramirez and Andrew Cheung sought to create a lifestyle brand beyond clothing. To date they feature a collection of handcrafted bow ties, skinny neckties and pocket squares. The brand is a reflection of the ideals behind the Urban Gentleman. This is their effort to tell a story, to inspire and be inspired, and to create a powerful connection with you through timeless pieces.
Large collar with long edges and a single button is known as Classic Kent. It's suitable for formal events and small knot. It's a good choice for gentlemen who are definitely not fans of experimenting and fashion innovations. In short, we talk about a boring decision...
Even the most magnificent shirt would 'live' a fiasco if it's not in a resonance with the necktie and the suit jacket. And this means a lot of consideration of lengths, proportions, colors, patterns and details.
E. Marinella is an Italian necktie company founded by Eugenio Marinella in 1914 in Naples. The store provides finest bespoke ties for Neapolitans and gentlemen from all over the world, including Gorbachev, George Bush, Francois Mitterrand, Oscar Luigi Skalfaro and Helmut Kohl.
One necktie by Hermes definitely belongs to the small group of exclusive products, which all over the world are recognized as a symbol of good taste. Surely there are ties, revealing even more refined sense of style and even more expensive and rare ties, but no other of them is recognized and admired by critics and fashion as much as Hermes necktie.
You will never find a wool or a textile necktie in the wardrobe of a British city-gentleman. He would wear a wool tie only in his countryside mansion, while knitted ties would leave with please for the people of art, science, literature and journalism, for their real or supposed rebelliousness and anti-conformism.
The most important sign for the quality of a tie unfortunately can't be represented - only felt. So before buying a tie, hold it in your hand, feel it - but not in the genre of sentimentality. It is good to check very carefully in silk creases. The touch of the silk is the first and best adviser. If you can define what you feel, you are on the right way.
Stefano Ricci is an Italian menswear designer with more than 30 years of experience. His eponymous brand (which is one of the Top 20 European made-to-measure men's suit brands) was created with the idea of offering 'the highest standards of the hand-made tradition'.
Anthony Sinclair operates under the creative control of British designer David Mason. His career began as a shirtmaker in his native home of Manchester in North West England from where, in the early 1990's, he was making regular trips to London, Paris and New York, furnishing private clients with handmade bespoke shirts and neckties.
The modern necktie was born in 1926 and it was part of the formal menswear for a long time, but recently, much more open and relaxed business-casual dress code has become popular. Today, it is acceptable and even fashionable for gentlemen to wear their collars opened at the neck.
Ties have always been an important part of the gentleman's wardrobe. The humble piece of cloth has not changed much in terms of design or materials since its invention. Until now. A light weight, ready to wear tie made of lacquered carbon fiber is now becoming more and more popular in the fashion industry.
Created by designer Alberto Del Biondi, the ties have versions for males and females.
Victoria Unique Fashion House has developed unique neckties in a Microfantasy style that are a suitable gift for Valentine’s Day, honoured by all people in love. These neckties are a masterful combination between the classical forms and the colours of neckties with small heart patterns, symbolising the love lovers share between them. The connoisseurs of men’s neckties can see and order the unique Valentines only on the Internet.
"You can achieve a real furore and a lasting impression by giving the truest male accessory - a Victoria Unique necktie - as a present", the renowned fashion critic Assoc. Prof. Lubomir Stoikov states.
On 9 November 2004 in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs fashion house Victoria Unique with chief designer Rositsa Parashkevanova presented its latest collection luxurious mens' neckties for the season autumn-winter 2004-2005.
The fashion show attended deputies, ministers and businessmen. Victoria Unique presented the latest fashion trends in neckties. The stripes in the neckties are very fashionable all over Europe. In every-day wear the dark colours prevail. The different shades of black, grey, blue and dark red are freshened with dark pink, lilac or orange. Those are the hottest combinations. The fabrics used are natural silk and polyester.
Fashion house "Viktoria Unikat", producer of men's neckties, with designer Rositsa Parashkevova, was awarded with an authoritative international prize. The company from Varna is honoured with the International Trade Prestige award 2001. The decision was taken by the votes of 15 000 members of the Trade Leaders club from 122 countries. The award would be received personally by the owners of "Victoria Unikat" in Madrid during the second half of December this year.