By  on January 2, 2008

Italian neckwear is slimming down for fall. Even some classic tie makers are inching toward the reed-thin shapes introduced earlier by designers like Thom Browne and Hedi Slimane. 

“Thanks to them, a younger style of tie is back in fashion,” says Luigi Turconi, director of Ratti’s neckwear division. “It has pushed young people to wear ties again, and that’s fantastic to see.”

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