Hermes Tie Collection for the nerds features digital motifs
Too often, most of the guys would prefer to wear a tie that makes them look like a total aristocratic gentleman And nothing better to beat this, when the fashion sense is matched with ideal technological intelligence and blended to get an entire new and innovative collection dubbed 8 ties from Hermes. For its Fall 2012, French luxury fashion house Hermes, infused the collection of 8 set of ties showcasing the geeky side into elegant piece of cloth. The highlighting characteristics of these set of ties features designs inspired by computers and tech-related gadgets to quench the wearer’s inner geek.
Crafted with Hermès’ customary craftsmanship and beautifully decorated with playful digital motifs such as the computer keyboards, a USB logo, binary code, the recycling logo, cable-inspired patterns, on/off switches, and trash bin logos, here’s the legendary French fashion house Hermès exclusively new collection of neckties duly inspired by computer technology. For this Fall/Winter 2012 necktie collection, which amazingly looks as if it has been especially designed for the nerds, Hermès artistically infused the geeky humor into its elegant and innovative designs. The 8 silk ties has humorous digital patterns, such as USB logos, computer keyboards, on/off switch buttons, binary code, trash bin logos, and cable-inspired patterns. Interestingly, the digital patterns on the neckties are impressively cool, and are least noticeable, unless sees through a magnifying glass to figure out what they really are.
Introduced in 1949, men’s neckties, in a huge array of motifs over the years from bunnies to confetti, have been made from the same high-quality silk material as the scarves and are, likewise, very expensive.
Hermès is recognized for its handmade luggage and handbag collections. The company does not use assembly lines, only one craftsperson may work on one handbag at a time, hand-stitching each individual piece. Due to the labor-intensive nature of Hermès production methods and the use of rare materials, sometimes including exotic skins as well as precious metals, one bag can take 18 to 24 hours to create.