Our Ophion Silk Cushion made the papers! The New York Post's luxury insert Alexa featured our serpentine pillow in their Home Holiday Gift Guide. We are so honored and grateful to Rima Suqi for including us in her festively glamorous curation.
'Tis the season to be searching for new gift ideas. Rebateszone has curated a variety of giftable items that includes, among many unique items, our Geode silk square. Click the logo below to check it out!
The Garden pocket square blooms with sophistication in this ensemble. Garden is a modern geometric foulard inspired by a 17th century garden plan. Each flower bed in the design features different floral details in pink, white and blue to coordinate with any classic oxford shirt. A versatile classic that will always bring freshness to any ensemble.
We are thrilled to have some of our decorative cushions included in Achitectural Digest's "Woodland Inspired Pieces" online gift guide. Click here to take a look at all the pieces in AD's beautiful curation.
The Geode pocket square hits the right note in this smooth ensemble. Geode's abstractly graphic modern style features classical black and greys with notes of dark green, rich teals and splashes of vibrant yellow. Geode knows how to jazz up an ensemble.
We think you should wear exciting color 365 days of the year. But for Spring and Summer, there is just no excuse not to! A touch of color in your pocket is a perfect way to add a little heat to any ensemble ...even for the most conservative gentleman.
Our pocket square, Raceme, is a unique floral in whites, bright yellows, gold, jade green, lavender, and a richly vibrant purple. Above is just one idea of how you can mix Raceme with a wide variety of pieces to achieve perfect ensemble chemistry.
Spring has sprung today! If you love the feeling of spring as we do, you can always keep a little spring in pocket anytime of the year. Sporting our Clusius pocket square not only adds spring to your pocket, it carries a bit of history too.
The Clusius pocket square is named after Charles de L’Écluse (19 Feb 1526 – 4 Apr 1609), also known as Carolus Clusius, Flemish doctor and botanist of French decent, who cultivated the dutch tulip.
Clusius worked throughout Europe as a collector of botanical information and material and also introduced various new plants from outside Europe. In 1593 he became the Chair of Botany at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. He established one of the earliest botanical gardens, where he introduced and grew a wide variety of flowering bulbs, including the tulip. He planted the first tulip bulbs in 1593, and hence 1594 is considered the official date of the first tulip flowering in the Netherlands.
Throughout history, tulips have been a symbol of eternal life and abundance. In modern times, the yellow tulip has come to represent light and cheerful thoughts.
I think most of us can appreciate the look and feel of silk without knowing too much about it. However, the more that you know, the more amazing it is. It's one of those things that you wonder... how did anyone even stumble upon this and decide to make fabric? Well, someone did figure this out nearly 5000 years ago. But without going into the long history of silk production, I thought you might be interested in what silk is and where it comes from.
Vox created this presentation and they've done a really good job of explaining where silk comes from. If you have a fear of caterpillars or moths, you might want to sit this one out.
How do you show a little love to your Valentine? There is a long history of giving handkerchiefs as tokens of love and devotion. The Eros 100% silk square is a perfect token of love for your stylish companion. Wrapped in our gift pochette, it makes the ultimate Valentine!