It’s amazing what people lend their talents to. If you’re into robotics your first major project has got to be inventing a machine that ties a tie, right? Well, no judgement here. There’s a lot of businessmen out there who need their ties tied. And some won’t even bother to learn. It always helps to have gone to a private school to know these things, but if you’re not one of the “lucky” (I use the term very loosely) ones to have attended a private school with a strict tie policy, have no fear.
Judging by what we’re seeing on the Electric Styles site, the Light Up tie — fitted with EL wire and powered by AAA batteries — is evidence that work comes to an end everyday, but not parties.
The Mirage is a ‘skinny mirror tie‘ — a super-short description that pretty much sums up all you need to know about this tie. It looks like a joke at first glance, but we managed to add this to the e-cart and go all the way to the payment page, so maybe it is for real after all. It is bendable at awkward angles so preppy peops with a thing for skinny ties can check out their reflection as much as they want without voluntarily trapping themselves in the loo to preen away.
We have a special discount for Lost At E Minor readers to use in our online store until May 6. If you enter the checkout code LAEMONLY1, you’ll get 15 percent off your order, which you can use on items such as Sovereign Beck ties [above], Das Monk t shirts, Halo Watches and more, more, […]
We love the range of ultra-stylish ties created by New York-based designers, Ryan Sovereign and William Beck. They’re both graduates of the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, majoring in Industrial Design and Sculpture respectively, and have been long time collaborators both musically and visually.