Black Stripe Archive Silk Tie$ 245
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- Product Notes
Exclusive to The Rake, this Charvet tie has been meticulously crafted from archive silk fabric from the 1990s and draws inspiration from a traditional Turkish pattern. Featuring a tone-on-tone tiger stripe pattern in wool and silk, the contrast in fibres creates a tactile effect.
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- Size Notes
146 cm x 8.5 cm.
- Materials and Care Notes
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 1 working day.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
Historically, Charvet has provided bespoke shirts and accessories to princes, royals and heads of state and has earned itself an exceedingly prestigious reputation. Identified as the world’s first ever shirt shop, founded in 1838 by Christofle Charvet, and thanks to its global renown, to this day ties rendered in a certain type of silk fabric are given the name ‘charvet’. The term ‘chemiser’ or ‘shirtmaker’ was coined from Charvet himself and derived from the development of a bespoke, on-site service that worked in unison with the instrumental change in men’s fashions that put more importance on the waistcoat and shirt collars. As the only remaining shirtmaker on Place Vendôme, the company strives to provide an entirely personable service that goes far beyond the luxury label.
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