Style & Fit Guide

We work hard to deliver a range of products that uphold our longstanding reputation as the foremost manufacturer of shirts and ties in the USA. Our garments combine the finest fabrics with unparalleled construction and finishing.

Hallmark Details of a Gitman Tie

Hand Shaping

Hand shaping and slip stitching insures each tie will drape and knot properly, maintaining the perfect shape throughout its life.

Hand Sewn Details

Hand sewn bartacks, labels and loops, along with careful hand steaming, complete our time honored process.

Fine Fabrics

We design and color our fabrics with the world’s finest weavers to create a perfect blend of form and function.

More than a hundred hand-stitches create the lifeline of a Gitman tie, giving it the perfect drape while allowing the fabric to move and relax.

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Inside Our Process

Receiving

Each bolt of fabric is carefully inspected for color, pattern and quality then measured for accuracy before being cataloged and stored.

Cutting

The three pieces of fabric that make up a tie are cut on a 45 degree bias to ensure each tie will drape properly when worn.

Finishing

The numerous hand processes used throughout our manufacturing process require months of training to become a proficient operator.

Inspection

Each tie is carefully reviewed and clipped of excess thread before being lightly steamed and shaped by hand.

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Receiving
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Cutting
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Finishing
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Inspection

Fabric

We work with the finest silk and woolen mills throughout Europe to ensure our fabrics reflect our expert methods of construction.

Vanners

Vanners have been weaving luxurious fabrics for men’s neckwear since 1740. Owning their yarn processing and weaving operations allows them to monitor every stage of the production cycle to ensure the highest quality results.

Holland & Sherry

In 1836, Stephen Holland & Frank Sherry began their business as fabric merchants on London’s Bond St, specializing in woolen and silk cloths. Today, their fabrics are woven in a time-honored manner by generations of craftsman.

Fermo Fossati

Established in 1871, Fermo Fossati is the oldest silk mill in Italy. Fossati weave their famous grenadine fabrics on traditional shuttle looms to achieve a level of softness that cannot be obtained using automatic looms.

Stephen Walters & Sons

Known for their rich woven jacquard weaves, Stephen Walters & Sons have been producing fine fabrics since 1720. All design and production is managed in-house at their mill in Suffolk, England using silk, wool, cotton and cashmere.

Vanners

Vanners have been weaving luxurious fabrics for men’s neckwear since 1740. Owning their yarn processing and weaving operations allows them to monitor every stage of the production cycle to ensure the highest quality results.

Holland & Sherry

In 1836, Stephen Holland & Frank Sherry began their business as fabric merchants on London’s Bond St, specializing in woolen and silk cloths. Today, their fabrics are woven in a time-honored manner by generations of craftsman.

Fermo Fossati

Established in 1871, Fermo Fossati is the oldest silk mill in Italy. Fossati weave their famous grenadine fabrics on traditional shuttle looms to achieve a level of softness that cannot be obtained using automatic looms.

Stephen Walters & Sons

Known for their rich woven jacquard weaves, Stephen Walters & Sons have been producing fine fabrics since 1720. All design and production is managed in-house at their mill in Suffolk, England using silk, wool, cotton and cashmere.

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Size

Our ties are available in a variety of widths and lengths to suit your personal preference and physical stature.

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