Decadent Evenings - The New Bow Ties Collection

Decadent Evenings - The New Bow Ties Collection

Perhaps their introduction was fate.

Whispering in the shadows, they disappeared from a scenery of contemporaneous affairs, its luxurious festive splendour and low mumbles of conversations underneath the dimly-lit chandeliers.

 

They had momentarily left an evening of overflowing champagne and whiskey, nourishingly sipped from crystal glasses, that adorned a rare antique dining table. 

Words were exchanged delightfully. Again, when their eyes met with sealed lips and in the depths of silence, they both experienced a forbidden sense of intense emotions, which crystallised into physical reality.

Fully dressed, they embraced for the last time and both headed back downstairs to rejoin their bow-tied companions. Startled at the appearance of his wife, she continued downstairs leaving them to speak privately. 

To be continued…  

As a part of our culture, we take great pleasure in celebrating with our associates, family or friends, which is one of the many zests for life.

However, the 'celebration' does not start at the event or venue. It begins from the very moment we get dressed for the proposed event. 
This is where the inspiration takes form. The more time and consideration we dedicate to how our attire is styled together, inevitably the important details and subtleties are enhanced, which flourishes well within the arena of formal evening wear. Gentlemen like Fred Astaire, The Nicholas Brothers and The Rat Pack to name a few, knew this all too well.
Bearing this in mind, the array of bow tie fabrics were selected with care to compliment this notion of thought, a subtle elevation to your style. A complimentary detail, which 'ties' your festive attire together and speaks volumes of your sophisticated panache and personality.
The traditional black silk satin (Francis), grosgrain (Berkeley) and velvet (Audley) materials will be elegantly worn to complement your attire through texture, predominantly worn to match the material of your dinner jackets lapel.
However, there is a playful side of elegance, which are exploratory through pattern, from the white flowers design (Maddox) to white pin spots (Regent) bow ties. The white within the pattern will harmonise with your white crisp dressed shirt and show a delightful contrast against your Dinner Jacket.
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Credits:
Photography: Rikesh Chauhan
MUA: Bev K
Location: Punch Bowl
Models
Stephen Kelly
Hrishika Maniar
Lucie Kerley
Kevin Green

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