A Go-to-hell Print
What: Get-noticed neckwear.
The Story: In a 1976 Esquire article, famed writer (and noted clotheshorse) Tom Wolfe coined the phrase “go-to-hell color” when describing the sartorial flair of certain gentlemen on Martha’s Vineyard. The expression stuck, and since then, it’s been applied to daring wardrobe choices worn with confidence and more than a little attitude. Cut from London’s Liberty Art Fabrics cotton and hand-finished in NYC, this neckwear is a bold choice, but that’s the whole point.