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Pocket square

This piece of fabric was originally a simple perfume handkerchief, ensuring the nasal hygiene of ancient Greeks, French nobility and even Richard II of England. In the 19th century it emigrated from the trouser pocket to the jacket breast pocket and in the 1920s it became a fashion accessory. A few decades later Cary Grant and Gary Cooper immortalised it as a symbol of elegance.

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Madder silk

Denotes a silk that was originally a dark pink - once dyed using the natural colour of the madder - and which gave the major British tie-makers their acclaim. Today its matt, velvety and always dark finish allows for the perfection of motifs.

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