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G-TIE is exclusive men's accessory that exudes style & taste
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Mar '10
G-CUT Inc presents G-TIE, a never-before-seen men's accessory formed from quality metals that is designed to perfectly envelope the knot of a tie, bringing a sleek and polished accent to the classic suit and tie ensemble. Norman's G-TIE collection debuted at the Magic Marketplace in Las Vegas from February 16 – 18, 2010.

Norman, whose background is rooted in the European fashion industry, says, “It was such an honor to have Adam Lambert—a star that knows how to push the boundaries of fashion—wear G-TIE at Clive Davis' 2010 pre-Grammy party.”

G-TIE is handcrafted in quality metals and molded around the structure of a tie's knot so that it simply slips on without puncturing the tie, giving any outfit a clean, sharp look. The collection launches with four sterling silver designs that are available for standard or skinny ties: shiny chrome silver, brushed silver finish, brushed charcoal finish, and brushed bronze finish.

Norman says, “G-TIE is an exclusive men's accessory that exudes style and taste. Being European, I love to look sharp, especially living in LA—the capital of cool and casual. I wanted to create a stylish new element that would change the way we see formal men's apparel.”

He adds, “Last year, when I went to the Golden Globes, after creating a G-TIE for myself, and three of Hollywood's top leading men stopped me to ask where they could find one, I realized that I was on to something! I knew that if these style and entertainment icons liked my idea, there was a good chance the rest of the world would too.”

Norman founded G-CUT, Inc. in January 2010. Products in development and to be released by G-CUT in 2011 include G-CUFF (cuff links) and G-BOW, a stylish metal accessory for bow-ties.

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