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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Tying The Knot - The Indian Telegraph Piece On Luxury Bow Ties

I love a good bit on bow ties by stylists who put together pieces for newspapers and magazines. In fact, I like it for any aspect of menswear and for that matter women's fashion too. A good page on the best watches, the most expensive hand bags, the latest technology -  if it's done well it's marvellous and it keeps you both engaged and salivating as you read on. 

As a general rule, good men's style blogs don't offer this. They tend to be rolling content with a story on each designer or product. Those that attempt to do what the Indian stylist Oindrila Mukherjee did on paper below, tend to fail when trying to convert the same content to a blog - as a general rule anyway. It's one of the last great things about paper which the internet has not yet mastered, the generous lay out of content across a double page. 

Often I find that the style blogs that do try to emulate the content below on a digital platform do it in a nasty and cheap way whereby you have to view four images, then an ad you can't seem to flick away, then another four images and so on. Wouldn't it be nice if someone came up with a way to make the below page as smartly written on a website which could be read on a tablet? I know I would be on that site every other day.

In the interim, thank God for newspapers and magazines, they are not dead yet! Oh, and thank you to Oindrila Mukherjee from the Telegraph in India - I think our Elijah bow looks great amongst the competition below. 



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