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Friday, May 30, 2014

A Big List Of Thank Yous

It's been a great week for us in terms of being recognised for our bow ties. I would like to thank the following people for their support and recognition.

Monocle 24 'The Entrepeneurs'

Thank you to Daniel Giacopelli and Zoe Ferguson for their interview with us in the Vaucluse Studio in Sydney. You can listen to that here:


Timeless Man

Andrew Doyle of Timeless Man stopped past a month ago and this week posted a very flattering profile on us on his Australian menswear blog. It's worth a read of the blog.... and of the profile..... . Thank you Andrew.



Parisian Gentleman - The Art Of Wearing The Bow Tie

After describing our Majestic Black bow tie as probably one of the best formal black bow ties in the world, author Hugo Jacomet has written a piece of the art of wearing a bow tie. You will need to use google to translate the text as the first post is in French.


I would also like to thank the recent contributors to our interviews section. Victor Hugo da Costa, a cutter from Francesco Smalto, Simon Crompton, Savile Row's expert blogger on menswear and one of the most recognised menswear bloggers in the world right now and Ellen Mirojnick, one of Hollywood's most revered costume designers. Without people helping us to write the content that makes you come back to the blog, this blog would merely be about bow ties and that would be very very dull indeed. 


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