Tie The Knot – Spring 2014 Capsule Collection By Tim Gunn

Pictured (L) Justin Mikita & (R) Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Pictured (L) Justin Mikita & (R) Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Following the success of their Tie The Knot pop-up shop at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles, Emmy Award® nominated actor, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his husband Justin Mikita, and their non-profit advocacy organization, Tie The Knot, present their spring 2014 capsule collection of bow ties, designed by Emmy Award® winning television host, Tim Gunn.

Handmade and self-tying the spring collection is punctuated with pops of color, geometric patterns and florals prints in cotton and silk with adjustable sizing.

Tie The Knot - Orange Flowers $25.00
Tie The Knot – Orange Flowers $25.00

“Having Tim Gunn as partner for this collection has been a thrill. His appreciation for sartorial design is the perfect fit for Tie The Knot,” said Ferguson. “This collection is rich with prints and saturated colors. I am looking forward to adding these bow ties to my wardrobe,” added Mikita.

With its fun play on words, Tie The Knot was founded to raise awareness and advocate on behalf of marriage equality in the United States through art, fashion and entertainment. Combining elements of humor, style and individuality—Tie The Knot releases a limited edition collection of neckwear each season.

Tie The Knot - Stars $25.00
Tie The Knot – Stars $25.00

The limited edition bow ties collection, also feature two boys’ clip-on signature ties. All proceeds from the sale of the spring collection will go directly to The Respect for Marriage Coalition which works to end the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and promotes equality on behalf of the LGBT community.

Tie The Knot bow ties retail for $25.00 and are exclusively available at www.thetiebar.com


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