NYC Based Company Combines Old Fashioned Elegance with an Eclectic Outspoken Design
Online PR News – 11-September-2015 – New York, New York – There are ties and then there are Hex Ties. Hex Tie, (http://www.hextie.com/), has hit the luxury men’s market right in time for NYFW with a vengeance. The young company has infused life in to the old fashioned “basic tie’ with a few jaw dropping eclectic designs. Cloth based ties are now passé as we gear up to embrace futuristic pieces created out of reflective and matte acrylic polymers. Exclusively sold on the company’s website, shoppers can find not only standard black polymer but also reflective luxury accessories such as their Honeycomb Emirates Tie, a special edition tie made up of 84 rigid reflective lightweight gold color polymers embodying the shape of recurring hexagons. Assembled by hand, each tie reflects a custom setting giving each piece a mark of exclusivity and a one-of-a-kind design. All ties are integrated with an adjustable neck strap for a made-to-order fit. Hex Tie’s website also provides the discerning gentleman an array of men’s sunglasses; fine jewelry, garment clips, and reflective & polymer based bow ties. Headquartered in New York City, Hex Tie’s edgy designs are inspired by the high-beat enthusiasm and vivacity of the city. Hex Tie was founded right after founder, Enrique’s battle with testicular cancer in the year 2013. His battle with the disease helped him take more risks and made him realize that life is now. Being extremely passionate about the cause, Enrique has decided that from September 5th 2015 to October 31st 2015, a portion of all proceeds from the Hex Tie website will benefit the Testicular Cancer Society.
“I created Hex Tie to appeal to my artist soul while also using my passion and drive as an entrepreneur. I had a vision for something different; I was bored with the accessory selection in menswear, and I knew other stylish guys were too. I was born in New York, but raised in Puerto Rico, so I was inspired by the city that dared to be different. I wanted to portray the architectural marvels of New York City through wearable accessories”. States Founder and CEO of Hex Tie, Enrique Alejandro Peral. “We successfully launched during 2014 New York Fashion Week, and have since seen immense growth in less than a year. Hex Tie is all about combining elegance and diversity to create designs for the dapper, outspoken individual.”
Hex Tie hit the scene in 2014 and was created by Enrique Alejandro Peral, a luxury men’s fashion visionary with the heart and passion of an entrepreneur and the soul of an artist, both combined to create Hex Tie. Enrique is on a quest for something different and daring to the common eye. Born in upstate New York, Enrique was raised in Puerto Rico and is now back in New York City on a quest to make Hex Tie synonymous with modern fashion. Since its inception, Hex Tie has successfully carved a niche for itself and has seen extraordinary growth. Products are available exclusively on the website and are shipped all over the world. Hex Tie’s elite clientele currently spans more than 63 countries in less than a year since launch. Various celebrities such as T Pain at the most recent MTV Video Music Awards red carpet, Romeo Santos, Ryan K Potter and Von Miller have been spotted wearing Hex Tie’s.
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About Hex Tie
Hex Tie was founded by designer and CEO Enrique Alejandro Peral in 2014. Hex Tie has been dubbed a revolution in the clothing industry due to the tie’s unique designs and unconventional overlay. In less than a year the company’s clientele has reached over 63 countries. Various celebrities have been spotted rocking Hex Tie luxury products such as Romeo Santos, T Pain, Alejandro Chaban, Gabriel Coronel, Michael Stewart, Ryan K. Potter, Von Miller, and many more. For more information on Hex Tie or Enrique Alejandro Peral visit http://www.hextie.com/.