How should a wardrobe comprised of just seven ties look like? This collection curated by sartorial blogger and classic style connoisseur Will Strängh (@thedonsclub) answers precisely that question and proposes one tie for each day of the week. We are proud to finally release this collaboration that lots of thought has gone into and that’s been under development for almost an entire year.

Tuesday – “Ever since I received my first piece of tailoring made from Escorial wool I’ve been blown away by the quality of this cloth. I have been curious to explore what it would be like as a piece of neckwear and insisted to include it in my tie collection. In the end I settled upon this simple tonal glencheck with a subtle, almost invisible olive green windowpane overcheck. The experiment turns out to be a massive success and I constantly wear mine with anything from a grey flannel suit to tweed jackets in brown or green. It’s ideal to compliment tonal looks with neutral colours in brown, beige, and cream. I wish it could be worn all year round but this tie is exclusively reserved for colder temperatures.” -Will

Our ties are entirely hand made from the cutting of the fabric to the sewing of the bar tacks in a small workshop in Como, Italy. This family business is around since more than half a century and has already been working for a number of well-known brands.

Each tie is constructed as a 3-fold with hand-rolled hems and a pure wool interlining.

All ties are made available in three different sizes. The correct length is not only determined by a wearer’s height but also neck circumference and trouser rise. To determine your required length measure one of your existing ties from tip to tip. Tie the tie until its wide tip is the proper length and ends smack dab in the middle of your trouser waistband. Now measure the distance from the ties skinny tip to your trouser waistband and either add or subtract it from the total length of your tie. We offer three different lengths from 140 cm (55″) to 160 cm (63″). The widths vary respectively for balanced proportions throughout all ties and wearers.