September 28, 2012

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Andrew Payne of General Knot & Co.

“If you try to be everyone’s tie maker, you’ll never be anyone’s tie maker.”  

 -- Andrew Payne of General Knot & Co.

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January 06, 2012

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FREE Shipping Within the U.S. & Canada

FREE Shipping Within The U.S. & Canada!

High shipping costs can often take the fun out of online shopping. Well, enough of that! We would like to offer FREE SHIPPING for all orders to within the United States and Canada, via our friends at the U.S. Postal Service.

All other International orders over $350 ship FREE as well!

Best wishes to you,

General Knot & Co.

December 07, 2011

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Indigo & Cotton NEW Fall 2011 Look Book

 

 

Our friends at Indigo & Cotton surely know how to create an awesome Look Book!  We're so excited that they've begun carrying our Ties and Bow Ties in their Charleston, S.C. flagship store- and thrilled to be included in their new look book. 

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November 02, 2011

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Handlebar Magazine | Guide To Neckties

 

 

Yang-Yi Goh, founder of Handlebar Magazine and a contributor to GQ Magazine, wrote a great "Guide To Neckties" on Handlebar- and we're really excited to have been included as one of the FOUR YOUNG LABELS TO WATCH!  Most definitely check out the article, but we recommend you making Handlebar a regular reading stop for style, sports, arts and general knowledge- Yang and fellow co-founder Jeremy Wolf do an amazing job of keeping you up to date.

 

October 22, 2011

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American Quilters | Vintage Textiles

 

 

All I needed to see were the words "American" & "Vintage" in the same sentence and my attention was drawn. Never mind that I was not just the only man in the room, but the only non-retirement aged person in the room as well. Yeah, well, vintage textiles and a mutual admiration for masterful craftsmanship have a way of pulling birds of a feather together (textile geeks). 

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September 04, 2011

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Antenna Magazine | Ouigi Theodore | GK&Co.

  

First, to be included in Antenna Magazine's Fall 2011 issue is enough on its own. Then, to have the one and only Ouigi Theodore aka “The Bearded Man" of Brooklyn Circus sporting our General Knot & Co. pocket squares! Well, we started to get a little lightheaded. Of course, we'll never know if the repeated toasting of Maker's Mark had anything to do with the dizziness, but there's no doubt that we couldn't be anymore pleased.

Thanks to the fashion director and stylists at Antenna Magazine, Mr. Theodore for always looking so damn sharp, and of course, to our very own Miss Dana.

August 21, 2011

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August 05, 2011

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Groomsmen's Gifts | Brides Magazine | GK&Co.

  

 

    Hey, when it comes to the subject of weddings, there are few sources that could claim knowing their subject as well as BRIDES Magazine. We are super happy that they took a shine to our 1960s Geo Floral Print Neck Tie in their August 2011 issue. With the wedding season in full swing, we get emails every day from both brides and grooms looking for special neckwear for their special days. And we love that they all enjoy the duality of our designs - as both a great accessory to be worn by the men of the wedding party and as perfect groomsmen gifts.

    Thanks again to BRIDES for including General Knot & Co. in your great magazine. Cheers!

 

June 07, 2011

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Fast Company Magazine | All Tied Up

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our 1950s Folk Art & Seersucker Stripe two tone necktie featured in Fast Company's June issue. Feels great to be hanging with some of our favorite other brands!

May 23, 2011

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It's Always A Gift | GK & Co.


 

General Knot & Co. is Always a Gift!

You will never see a General Knot & Co. purchase arrive at your door flat-packed in a poly bag, in a box filled with bubble wrap. We appreciate you coming to our shop and want you to enjoy the whole experience.

Whenever we create a design or an element for our online shop, we always consider the "experience" that our customers will potentially have. We wholeheartedly feel that both our customers and the products which we offer are special. To deliver one's purchases with anything less in mind would diminish the entire experience. 

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