LACO Ties: made in Germany.
The company founded by the English merchant Charles Lavy in Hamburg in 1838 still focuses today on pure handicraft – and is consequently one of the last two of its trade in Germany. In 1900 LACO employed over 500 workers in its workshops and counted even Kaiser Wilhelm II among its customers. The special thing about a LACO tie is the interlining. It consists of a fabric made from wool and cotton and is elastic. Because of it, the fibres can relax after untying. Upper material 100% silk.