• "All I ever wanted was a world without maps."

    This season's inspiration for our accessory collection comes from the epic movie The English Patient shot in Tunisia and Italy, with actor Ralph Fiennes as count László Almásy - the Hungarian cartographer who was mapping the Sahara as part of a royal geographical society archaeological and surveying expedition in Egypt and Libya.

    The dusty surroundings of the desert. The refreshing breeze in the shadow of a palm tree. Our Fumagalli 1891 ties come in textured weaves like (wild) silk, linen and washed cotton. These are pieces for a distinct adventure; to explore your style and be tempted to choose beyond the boundaries of common. Go for elegant this Summer holiday!

    Spending a wonderful afternoon at the Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam - with 375 years it is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world, we've photographed all ties in the intimacy of a unique collection of plants. The Three Climate Greenhouse is a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city away from urban noise, taking one on a private voyage. An excellent environment to catch the sphere of warmer places.

    Most of the items are unlined and hand hem by a specialist of Fumagalli 1891. It takes each tie to another level and perfectly fits an understated Summer look. To complete some sort of nostalgic pull to being an aristocratic explorer like count Almásy, there are also pocket squares available.




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