"Spring/Summer 2014 is about the golden age of tourism and travel. I was inspired by tourism in Hawaii during the 1950s and how the Hawaiians created and capitalized off of a new and emerging industry. It was fascinating how Hawaiian shirts made their way into every closet in mainland America during this era. I was also influenced by Alfred Eisenstaedt photographs from the 1950s." - David Hart

"Spring/Summer 2014 is about the golden age of tourism and travel. I was inspired by tourism in Hawaii during the 1950s and how the Hawaiians created and capitalized off of a new and emerging industry. It was fascinating how Hawaiian shirts made their way into every closet in mainland America during this era. I was also influenced by Alfred Eisenstaedt photographs from the 1950s." - David Hart

Tweed is, without question, the fabric of Fall 2012. We love it for suits, sports coats, pants, driving caps, and even accessories like David Hart’s herringbone tie; of course, we wouldn’t advise wearing them all together. Harris tweed is a hearty fabric with some heft to it, so Hart has smartly cut his tie on the slim side, avoiding the added bulk wider ones create. The great thing about this tie is that in addition to being so spot-on for the season, the neutral gray color will pair well with just about any shirt already hanging in your closet.
GQ Selects for October

Tweed is, without question, the fabric of Fall 2012. We love it for suits, sports coats, pants, driving caps, and even accessories like David Hart’s herringbone tie; of course, we wouldn’t advise wearing them all together. Harris tweed is a hearty fabric with some heft to it, so Hart has smartly cut his tie on the slim side, avoiding the added bulk wider ones create. The great thing about this tie is that in addition to being so spot-on for the season, the neutral gray color will pair well with just about any shirt already hanging in your closet.

GQ Selects for October