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G-TIE receives overwhelmingly positive response
Jun '10
G-CUT, Inc. a company specializing in handcrafted masculine, architecturally-designed accessories for Gentlemen, founded by award-winning European designer Gabor Norman has received an overwhelmingly positive response to G-TIE, a never-before-seen men's tie accessory. Each G-TIE is formed from quality metal and is designed to perfectly envelope the knot of a tie, bringing a sleek and polished accent to the classic suit and tie ensemble. The first collection, created from sterling silver, debuted at the Magic Marketplace in Las Vegas during February. The latest creation from Norman is the G-TIE ECO Collection also hand made in the USA crafted with the eco-friendly metal of recycled aluminum.

The G-TIE ECO Collection features three finishes: shiny chrome, brushed aluminum and brushed charcoal.

Norman, whose background is rooted in the European fashion industry, says, “With G-TIE ECO, I wanted to have an earth-conscious choice for our forward-thinking customers. G-CUT will always offer options that deliver sustainable and responsible contributions to the fashion industry.”

G-CUT also offers Bespoke Service for the discerning customer that would like to order a high-end customized G-TIE creation. Prices start at $500.00 and include a private consultation with Norman. Pieces available for special order include precious metals, such as platinum, gold, white gold and titanium, and/or precious stones, including: diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds. Personalized engraving is also offered.

Norman adds, “G-TIE ECO is also an ideal gift for this Father's Day—spice up the tie you got your Dad for Father's Day last year!”

G-CUT is offering FREE SHIPPING on all G-TIE ECO Collection orders placed through Father's Day, June 20, 2010, by midnight.

Norman conceived G-TIE when he spontaneously hammered out the first piece to add a unique element to his own "look" for the 2009 Golden Globe Awards Ceremony. That night, three of Hollywood's top leading men asked how they could obtain this stylish accoutrement, so they now have the first three engraved special edition G-TIEs, handmade by Norman. Products in development and to be released by G-CUT in 2011 include the G-CUFF (cuff links) and G-BOW, a stylish metal accessory for bow-ties.


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