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Thursday, April 19, 2012

An Update On What We Are Working On

Gentlemen,

I thought I might update you on what we are working on at the moment. We are currently in the process of having our new silk designs made on the looms in Como, Italy. There will be various new designs in black, new motifs and new colourways that we will experiment with. At the same time we are currently working on a new range of hand-roll hemmed silk scarves for men - which are being screen printed as we speak. We are also working on a new range of screen printed pocket squares in crepe satin, habotai and silk twill. These will be slowly released over the next 6 weeks. Also in the pipeline are new angora and lambs wool scarves from Scotland and at the same time a range of cashmere scarves, also made in Scotland.

Our new silk and cotton neckerchiefs are finished and over the coming weeks many of the designs will be loaded up onto the website. It is an exciting time for us at the moment. Previously we have concentrated on our silk designs being woven in Italy and turned into bow ties in Australia. However, as we have experimented with new products, some of the manufacturing will not be in Australia. Our scarves will be coming from Scotland, our screen printing will be done in Indonesia and our new velvets will be sourced from Italy.

We are looking forward to surprising you with new products every week, so stay tuned to the blog and website over the coming weeks to see what's new.

Regards,
LNP.

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