It was 2009 when this video was shot for ANTHONY T. NEW YORK collection. He was know as the "Tieman Cometh". In the video you'll see his assortment of colors and textures in the neckwear; bowties and squares. All presented in a vintage suitcase. The same passion that was celebrated 10-years ago, is still being celebrated with the FINICKEY collection. #happyanniversary
Where just a week away from Christmas. With still some shopping to be had. I'm consulting clients who are looking to purchase a tie as a gift for a husband; son-in-law; fiancee' or a "finicky" father. I've always felt that ties are personal. It represents your mood or your style. When it comes to me selecting a tie, yes I look to the FINICKEY collection but it revolves around my state of being in which I would select to wear with my wardrobe. When one is looking for a tie as a gift unless they specify, a particular tie like an Hermes. I recommend an uncomplicated tie with a little "pop". The "pop" in a tie can be as...
Our new make the "Swing-Tie." We've re-designed the shape of the tie that was a popular during the jazz era of 1940's and 50's. Ties worn by the likes of Ellington; Basie and Dorsey. Those ties were short and narrow. Those ties swung during the sets played by these musicians. Today we still love listening to the jazz music of that era, but we have to update the look in the tie. So, with our "Swing-Tie", we celebrate the music and style by through making our ties with archival and vintage fabrics. Made in USA and by hand. The shape is flared both front and tail end. Hand-sewn tipping.
"It Don't Mean A Thing, If Don't Have That Swing"