The first icon in history to wear a tie was Duchess Louise Françoise La Baume Le Blanc, Mademoiselle de La Vallière, a favorite of Louis XIV. The woman-tie relationship, however, has not always been solid.
Over time, in fact, the accessory became part of the male wardrobe, a status symbol, a sign of elegance.
Nothing, today, is more feminine than a tie knot. A stylish detail that stands out, with a seductive and sophisticated touch at the same time. And no one can stop the freedom to freely interpret the use of garments and accessories. You break the habit; you are what you want.
There are no women’s ties, the accessory is unique, declined in different fibers, fabrics, colors and shapes combinable to all looks and styles.