November 20, 2014
Elegance and commitment have never been so attractive. Thomas Geissmann and Marion Poirier, of Montréal company TSHU, have boldly reinvented the handkerchief, giving the simple embroidered square a contemporary touch.
Made with great care in the Québec metropolis, TSHU handkerchiefs have a distinct look and shape. Finely woven, with timeless patterns, TSHUs (starting at $30) come in three collections: Everyday, Saturday and Sunday best.
The Everyday handkerchief can absorb anything your day-to-day life throws at you. The Saturday model is versatile, with a delicate finish. Sunday handkerchiefs are luxurious, the creation of a talented guest designer.
Worn in your jacket pocket or tucked into the pocket of your jeans, this multi-purpose handkerchief is a fashion accessory of choice for citizens committed to reducing their ecological footprint. And to applaud this commitment, the Montréal manufacturer will plant a tree for every TSHU handkerchief sold.
TSHU x BAXTTON
By: Tom Timmons
Photos: Jimmi Francoeur
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