Soxfords’ Cheeky New Tie Collection

Deviled eggs, Hula girls and a party monster add some well designed fun to your look

In the limited world of men’s accessories, ties (and bowties) are often given the mighty task of making a statement. Size, color options, material and patterning all allow for a bit more expression, but there’s a slim space between dull and too much. Soxfords manages to strike the sweet spot with their latest silk embroidered ties and bowties. The new releases, from the NY brand …

The Hill-Side + Buaisou Indigo Collaboration

Selvedge Chambray shirts, scarves and ties hand-dyed in Japan

Two of our favorite Brooklyn-based brands, The Hill-Side and Buaisou have joined forces to produce a limited edition run of selvedge chambray clothing and accessories—all of which has been hand-dyed in natural indigo using the traditional Japanese technique of shibori. The range of shirts, pocket squares, ties and scarves was produced in Tokushima, Japan by Buaisou’s expert indigo farmer-dyers—and while there is a simplicity to …

Soxfords’ Charming Sock + Tie Pairings

Patterns, stripes and more from cotton socks to silk ties

Two years ago, we fell for Soxfords‘ unconventionally patterned dress socks. Founder Ryan Kent struck a chord with those looking to punch up the personality in their outfits, in an entirely acceptable way. Earlier this year, Soxfords debuted 100% silk ties that carried much of the same character. These are not novelty ties, but good looking, high-quality knit accessories with strong color pairings and a …

Jacques-Elliott Ties and Accessories by Elliot Aronow

Handmade ties and enamel pins designed with everyone in mind

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, standing firmly behind his latest venture: Jacques-Elliott Ties and Accessories by Elliot Aronow. The ties come in a range of textures and styles able to …

Japanese-Influenced Ties by Kiriko

The Portland-based duo introduce a line of silk-lined ties inspired by a grandfather's style

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, which was named after Yanagihara’s grandfather, Thomas Kazuyuki Yanagihara. The new collection was inspired by a vintage tie found in Yanagihara’s grandfather’s closet. Using the …