We don’t often say this about clothing accessories, but given their 40-year age, perfect condition, quality of construction, and timeless woven design, these pocket squares are true collectibles.
In its elemental simplicity, a well-cut blazer is everything good tailoring should be: easy, elegant, unassuming, and reliable. Such a stalwart companion is not something you want to cut corners on, but there’s never been a better time to get a top-quality specimen made for you without breaking the bank.
The Anglo-American special relationship in silk has a third, less well-known Continental acquaintance: the Arny’s tie. The signature namesake of what had been since 1933 one of Paris’ most whimsical and storied men’s boutiques, these ties carry decadently bold stripes two or three times wider than those found on their English-speaking cousins.