Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Graham Withers Presents: "The Tiny Tie" and "The Little Tiny Tie"

Hey guys (and girls...eww yuk),

I wet the bed until I was 13 years old. With that being out in the open, many of you may or may not know that we [at Graham Withers] have been learning how to make neck ties!

It is true that at Graham Withers Clothing Company we're always looking for creative ways to innovate creatively while reducing redundancy.

Our goal for our ties was to develop an innovative cut, develop an exceedingly innovative shape while using the most innovative fabrics and patterns. We decided early on to move straight past the " skinny tie" idea because so many semi-innovative companies we're trying to innovate that aspect of the market.

We spent a considerable amount of time in discussion, saying things [in a feminine voice] like: "Oh my god, like sooo over it!!!", "Yeah ok, if this we're 2007!!!" and "INNOVATE!"

These days because innovation is the name of our game we began to think..."what has no one ever done before?" - The answer was "obV!!!" - "The Tiny Tie" - and "The Little Tiny Tie" were born and innovated.

With that being said Graham Withers is proud to give you a sneak peak at "The Tiny Tie" and "The Little Tiny Tie" before they hit the markets!!!






*DISCLAIMER - This is a joke, we are not really making "Tiny Ties". Think about how ridiculous this is. I can't believe I have to write this.



Look at how Im posing, Im not gay and don't ever stand this way in real life.





This tie is soo stupid, i'm not even wearing a collared shirt and again, rarely pose like this!




This "tie" is the size of my thumb and in no way intended to be a real tie...





I'm not even on the phone with anyone!!!




Holy pimple. this piece of fabric around my neck is intended to make you laugh about how ridiculous it would be if we started making ties like this and is in no way an implication of how our ties are actually going to look...or is it..........It's not.

2 Comments:

Blogger Moral Fibers said...

Roma, you should get in touch with Pauly D about getting some Jersey Shore style integrated marketing for these fine pieces.

January 8, 2010 at 11:34 AM  
Blogger Graham Withers said...

I neva leave faw da shaw, with out my heya gel and GW neckties

January 25, 2010 at 9:28 PM  

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