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Jacques-Elliott Ties and Accessories by Elliot Aronow
Elliot Aronow is a man of many talents. The NYC transplant has worked in too many culturally influential industries to count, from publishing and music to television and fashion. The latter is where the assiduous character can currently be found...
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Japanese-Influenced Ties by Kiriko
As we've seen in previous products from the Portland-based project of co-founders Dawn Yanagihara and Katsu Tanaka, Kiriko holds a deeply personal connection to each of the pieces that they create. Take for example, the new Kazuyuki line of ties...
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Cerebella Design
If you've ever peered into a microscope, it's likely that you've been wowed by the microscopic world of colors and texture; the patterns of nature caught under a lens. That was certainly the case for Ariele Faber, founder of Cerebella Design, a Vermont...
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Ledbury: Editor's Picks for Fall 2013
Advertorial content: There's certainly a chill in the air here in the northern hemisphere, but it's no reason to forgo style. In fact, the colder months are the optimal time to step up both casual and formal looks with layers and textures. After the...
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The Hill-Side SS13 Animated Lookbook
To accompany their just-released SS13 accessories collection, Brooklyn-based design outlet The Hill-Side created a dynamic lookbook of 10 cheeky gifs animating exploding neckties, swirling scarves and peeping pocket squares as their wearers try...
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Orley Ties
Dissatisfied with men's knitwear options that skewed drab or overly flamboyant, brothers Alex and Matthew Orley, along with their friend and partner Samantha Florence, launched Orley with a Fall/Winter 2012 collection. Orley's debut line of psychedelic...
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Kai D's American Artisan
by Michael Raver With the launch of his new artisan menswear line manufactured entirely in NYC, Taiwanese-born designer Kai D has become a classic example of the American dream. The former Nautica designer broke out on his own in 2009 with the desire...
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Spring Ties
With Spring dawning in half the world—including at CH HQ in NYC—we've been inspired to brighten up our warmer weather attire to the match the early blossoms. After searching for Spring-ready neckwear, we have gathered together a selection...
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Gentleman Arthur Ties
Weaving a story into very stitch, Gentleman Arthur creates handcrafted, art deco-inspired neckties with an authorial vibe. Using an intensive labor-of-love woodblock printing process, Gentleman Arthur produces a limited run of ties imbued with aesthetically...
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Brooklyn Tailors Ties
Since opening their first brick and mortar outpost in South Williamsburg this past summer, Brooklyn Tailors has been busy building their bespoke tailoring clientele and expanding their line of off-the-rack menswear. Now well into the fall season...
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Title of Work
If designer Jonathan Meizler had his way, subtle elements of couture would be a part of every man's wardrobe. In Title of Work—Meizler's new menswear label—opulent beadwork, Swarovski crystals and black diamonds embellish English wool...
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Blixt & Dunder
Husband-and-wife collaborative Blixt & Dunder work out of Malmö, Sweden, specializing in branding, packaging and design concept development. To inaugurate the project, the pair started with a bow tie, an accessory of unlikely significance that...
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Cool Hunting Editions on Gilt
Over the holidays we started experimenting with some of our favorite brands to create CH Editions of their products—variations in material and color that offer our unique twist. Today, with Gilt Groupe, we're selling the last of these items...
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Singularities
In celebration of the unique individuals that wear 3Sixteen, the denim-focused label recently created a series of videos showing off their customers' talents and hardworking lifestyles. The trio of intriguing mini-docs, all profiling people in their...
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C. Chauchat
Working out of an East Village apartment, Curie Choi and Beverly Liang meticulously craft their collection of "man enhancing" ties under the label C. Chauchat. The name, borrowed from German novel "The Magic Mountain" and its otherworldly temptress...
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CH Editions
This year, Cool Hunting teamed up with select favorite brands—innovators in technology, design, fashion, and perhaps most fondly, food—to create limited-edition versions of their much-beloved products, available exclusively through our...
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Figs Ties
For every hand-tailored tie sold, Figs gives a school uniform to a child in East Africa through their Threads for Threads program. The L.A.-based label offers standard and bow ties in a variety of dapper fabrics, ranging from woolen Ivy League...
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Nankeen Bags and Accessories
With their deep blue hue, bold graphics and contrast lining, Nankeen's bags, ties, pillows and other accessories win points for looks alone. The vivid color and name comes from an ancient Chinese hand-printing process using indigo dye (much like...
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Cassette Tie
What better way to express woe over loss of the mix tape art form that with a 100% silk handmade tie? Playing on prepster versions with whales or turtles, the Cassette Tie from Los Angeles-based label House of Cassette makes for perennial mourning...
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An Interview with Ryan Sovereign
We've been taken with the Sovereign Beck range of ties for some time. The Brooklyn-based company create snappy, stylish ties that mix wickedly vibrant lines with quirky, illustrated shapes. We interviewed Ryan Sovereign—one half (with William...
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Nikolai Rose Ties
Designed by a pair of 20-year-old New York boys, Nikolai Rose's first collection of neckties and jewelry looks extremely promising. The beautifully-styled ties, made of 100% silk in New York City, are completely original designs. Classically cut...
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Cool Hunting Video Presents: Sovereign Beck
From kite-flying on a Brooklyn rooftop to frying an egg and playing electronic music, episode 72 spends some quality time with the duo called Sovereign Beck. Known for their gorgeously-designed line of silk ties, Ryan Sovereign and William Beck...
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This Old Thing Tie Trios
From skirts to belts, the necktie has been reinterpreted in many ways over the years, but none quite as flamboyantly as This Old Thing's Tie Trios. Three vintage neckties sewn together make up the accessory, which we like best when worn wrapped...
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