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The Hill-side | Buy

We're digging the rough-hewn, utilitarian look of the scarves and pocket squares made by American company The Hill-side. Designers Emil and Sandy Corsillo eschew the traditional silks and linens used for such things and instead utilize various classic workwear materials like selvedge chambray, canvas and tough wool blends sourced from Japanese mills. The highly usable size of their scarves—usually around 21"x75"—is particularly welcome. We found them at Hickoree's, Context, and Need Supply Co. And yeah, they also make neckties, if you're into that sort of thing.
05.mar.2012 design
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