Is it me, or does plaid never get old? It’s one of those patterns that lasts the test of time. Whether it’s lumberjack shirts from the thirties, or our grunge days in the early 1990’s (oh, the days of teen spirit); to the present-day vintage revival. The General Knot & Co. Vintage Necktie Collection have breathed life back into once-long forgotten vintage materials dating back as far as the Second World War. Two thumbs-up for reusing these long forgotten fabrics, and creating stunning modern ties. The Japanese Indigo Shirting & Madison Check Necktie is the perfect combo of robins egg blue, navy and crimson which play a supporting roll to the Japanese indigo neckwear. Not to be out-done, the 1950s Multi Plaid & Red Two-Tone Twill Necktie is a classic vintage remake that is accented by a wonderful red twill tail. Hurry, there are only 17 of the 1950s design, and only 12 of the Japanese neckties produced. So you can be sure you’ll be sportin’ a one-of-a-kind tie for the up-and-coming holiday season.