Way back in 1830 the French writer Honoré De Balzac expressed,
in the "Treaty on the Tie", a few ideas about how to create a tie
with a reduced size and knotted ina particular way: the bow tie.
Subsequently revised thanks to Giacomo Puccini, in the opera
"Madame Butterfly ", this garment gets a huge success and is
named after the French “nœud papillon”.
Since then, it has used to be worn with a black tuxedo black,
up to the present day, in which it is reproposed and combined
in several variations.
La Seta di Como offers different types of bow ties: knotted or
unknotted, with different sizes and cuts.
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