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In a globalized world where it is important to stand out, Marzù brand manages to do it thanks to a solid know-how, which shows the desire to offer a men's bow tie of the highest quality to a demanding and classy audience. The idea itself of giving shape to a men's bow tie revisited in materials and design is a guarantee of success. The classic men's bow tie is no longer a simple accessory, but a small artwork to be carefully preserved.

Thanks to Marzù the bow tie becomes again a status symbol, as it was in the past, when it characterized the style of high-profile politicians such as the President of the United States Abraham Lincoln, or the strict Winston Churchill, who never left the house without his polka dot bow tie. The men's bow tie has also been widely used in the world of entertainment, if you only think of the great silent film actor Charlie Chaplin, the undisputed tap dance master Fred Astaire or Frank Sinatra, The Voice.

In Italy, despite the dark periods during the fascist regime, when it was considered a "rebel" accessory, over the decades the bow tie has regained more and more acclaim, gaining space on the most prestigious men's high fashion catwalks and becoming synonymous with impeccable and refined style. And it is precisely in the Belpaese, land of artisans par excellence, that Marzù brand begins to create men's bow ties capable of highlighting something more than just aesthetic perfection.

Our bow ties are able to fully show the personality of the wearer, thanks to the combination of unique style, refined craftsmanship and superior raw materials. These three prerogatives are the basis of Marzù brand philosophy and the hard teamwork behind the creation of every single accessory, from the wooden or jewel bow tie, to the silk one, up to the refined cufflinks.

It is a daily commitment that aims to breach the present to ensure that a future different from that envisaged by the global economy is feasible. A future that has nothing to do with the standardization of products, mass production and the absence of the hand of man, but built on the creative genius and dedication of the craftsman, who, as in the past, dedicates his precious time to the creation of unique objects in the world.