Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Text to Buy and a Sale!

We're pretty damned psyched to announce that you can now buy a limited selection of our ties through text message! Yes, it sounds as ridiculous as flying cars, and a verizon iphone, but we're really serious. And to commemorate this utterly jetsonic occasion, all ties bought through text message are 25% off the original price.

All you have to do is go to and open an account that gets linked to your cell phone number. You then can just text any of our Product Codes (listed under the pics below) to 767-825. Your card will instantly be charged and the product will be shipped. You only have to set up your account once and it's all super easy (You'll be doing this in your sleep in 10 years so you may as well just start now).

All ties 2.5" at the widest point and made in nyc:

The Belmont: $61.50 + shipping. Text "grahamwithersbelmont" to 767-825
(originally $82)

Navy Gingham: $61.50 + shipping. Text "grahamwithersgingham" to 767-825
(originally $82)

FB2: $61.50 + shipping. Text "grahamwithersfb2" to 767-825
(originally $82)

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Graham Withers Pro Model

Designed by our friends at Moral Fibers Clothing Company

Thursday, June 24, 2010


Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Black and Tanned

Jonathan over at Black and Tanned posted a nice write up about us and included some pretty pictures of our ties. The link to the post is below, but make sure to check the rest of the blog as Jonathan runs a very hip, well-curated ship and has excellent taste.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Brooklyn Denim Co.

Our abbreviated summer line is now available at Brooklyn Denim Co. They're located in Williamsburg at:

85 N. 3rd St (corner of Wythe)
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Store Photos:

They're open every day and are just brimming with quality product. They carry a full assortment of shirts, vintage leather jackets, pants, sweaters, accessories, and not to mention, a huge selection of quality denim. Evan and Frank will literally answer any questions you have about denim and will get you in the right pair (and pick up a GW tie while you're at it).

Friday, June 18, 2010

Roger That

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Graham Withers appears in W Magazine's Editors' Blog

Thank you to the editor for the nice words!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Sunday, June 13, 2010

The Mister Market!

We'll be here today. Lots of cool stuff for men all priced under $100. Come holler.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Artists and Fleas and DADS

Graham Withers will be at Artists and Fleas this saturday, June 12 as well as the following saturday, June 19. Ties, bow ties, pocket squares, friends, all for sale. Get something for your dad for christ sakes. He's been mowing that same lawn for years and all he wants is a freakin' bow tie. Geez...

Artists and Fleas
129 N 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211


Thursday, June 10, 2010

How To Tie A Bow Tie

Lift your collar and hang one end of the tie about an inch lower than the other end.

Cross the long end over the small end.

Bring the long end up through the V and create a simple knot like with shoe laces.

Now take what started as the small end and fold it over on itself with the middle under your chin. One end should have a loop. The loop should be on the opposite side from where this part of the tie started this step. Hold this in place with a finger.

Now take the other end and bring it over the middle of the now folded piece.

Take the loop side and the open side of the small folded piece and pinch them together and pull outward a bit to reveal the hole.

Take a finger and push the hanging part through the hole. The top of this part of the tie must go through first to produce a loop. Trying to push through the middle or the end won't produce a loop once through the hole.

You can use another finger to get the rest of the loop through the hole, but after a little of the loop is through, let go.

Start adjusting the tie into place. There should be one loop on either side plus one open end on either side. Pulling on the loops will tighten the tie. Pulling on the open ends will undo it. Straighten the tie to your liking.

Never try and make the tie look perfect. It's supposed to be a little off.

To purchase this joint, send an email here:

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Total Fan Out

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

A Young Man's Bow Tie

Monday, June 7, 2010

Shirts and Ties, True and False

(and that is not the "tiny tie" in roma's left hand)

Saturday, June 5, 2010