The necktie brings a refreshing splash of style and color to a well-dressed man’s wardrobe. The modern necktie has its roots in the early 1600s, but it wasn’t until the mid 1800s that the familiar form of the four-in-hand — or long tie — took shape in England. By the early 20th Century, the modern silk necktie had clinched its status as a staple of menswear when author P.G. Wodehouse wrote, “There is no time, sir, at which ties do not matter.”

Every Swiss Silk necktie tells a story. The courageous stories of artists and industrialists and equestrians. The gracious stories of museums and resorts and wineries. We present a generous sampling of those one-of-a-kind stories in the gallery of Swiss Silk neckties below. Each one was exclusively designed to reflect our client's image and good taste, and was intricately crafted with attention to the smallest detail. 

You too can share your unique story with the quality, taste and sophistication of a custom Swiss Silk necktie and scarfContact us for a free consultation.