Looking for some super-fabulous bow ties for your wedding party? Want to also make a statement in support of marriage equality?
Check out Tie The Knot!
Tie The Knot was founded to combine humor, style, individuality, fashion, art, and equality. Founded by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita, the goal of Tie the Knot is clear: to advocate for the civil rights of gay and lesbian Americans throughout the United States and to look damn good while doing it.
It’s simple: Tie The Knot will release a collection of neckwear seasonally, inspired by the founders’ favorite art, fashion, things they see on the street, and things in their living room. Each bow tie will be produced in limited quantity to inspire and promote uniqueness & individuality. All proceeds from the sale of the bow ties will go to various organizations that are in the trenches fighting for the civil rights of gay and lesbian Americans every single day.
The Spring 2013 collection of Tie The Knot bow ties is now available. This new collection marks the first time the company has welcomed a guest designer, and they could not be happier that their inaugural guest designer is Isaac Mizrahi! The Isaac Mizrahi tie features a bold black, white, and hot pink plaid pattern, perfect for weddings!
The spring collection is inspired by the founders’ favorite city, New York: The Flatiron, The Chelsea, The High Line and more.
This collection’s beneficiary is the Respect for Marriage Coalition. The Respect for Marriage Coalition is a partnership of more than 80 civil rights, faith, health, labor, business, legal, LGBT, student, and women’s organizations working together to end the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and grow support for the freedom to marry. The Coalition is co-chaired by Freedom to Marry and the Human Rights Campaign.