At first glance this might seem like a basic gingham tie. But look closer: It is made from a piece of found seersucker fabric, cut from one end to the other, leaving the selvedges (or fray-resistant borders) intact. The squared-off tip adds some personality as does the super-thin pink line that frames the bottom edge—meaning that the 2-inch-wide accessory will make your look stand out, even if you team it with the most classic white shirt and a pair of slim-cut chinos. Each tie comes with a certificate of authenticity signed and numbered by the designers.
Oh, those pants? They’re just Japanese military chinos.
The duo makes a case for florals and camo.