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Friday, October 22, 2010

Sparks flew but who should get the credit?

I have heard that there is a war of words going on about Patrick Johnson's site and MJ Bale ripping it off. It doesn't really concern me only to say that I received an email from a fan of my bow ties in Paris. He was a young tailor. He had this to say:

Scavini Says: Hello, I'm a young tailor in Paris, who wear bow tie all the time outdoor (never a 'simple' tie) and I love your models. May be, I notice a lack of rep tie modes, but...

Interesting brand, I add you too to my blog: http://stiffcollar.wordpress.com/

Regards

Julien SCAVINI

Looking at his site I felt it was 'deja vu' for my little French friend. For I had seen a similar thing done at Patrick Johnson not that long ago: http://www.pjohnson.com.au/

The trouble with the net age is that everything flows so quickly that its hard to grasp who came up with what. I firmly believed I was bringing the bow tie back - but I dare say, since I started two years ago, it seems that the web has been flooded with bow tie makers putting up their wares on the web, especially ones in the United States, that would claim that they were making bow ties since Abraham Lincoln.

I will leave it at that. I wish them every success.

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