Geraldine Peclard


Trained in printed textiles at Chelsea College of Art and Design, Geraldine Peclard is the founder and creative director of Knots And Folds, a tie, bow tie and handkerchief label that specialises in high-quality prints and original narratives. The label's mantra: "Every print has a story."

The primary aim of Knots and Folds is to provide unique products that have a deeper meaning. They are not only cool, daring and funky. They also tell a story that encourage people to express themselves or trigger a thought about difficult, taboo or simply ignored subjects.

The ties

Customers of Knots and Folds value original and unique designs. They are adventurous, confident and sparkling.

The ties, bow ties and handkerchiefs are designed, printed and manufactured in England. The process is organic  and driven by a passion for prints and fashion. 

Knots And Folds products challenge the way accessories are perceived and bring a twist to an already  stablished market.

What she says

"Knots And Folds' unisex collection of prints and products are made with people and society in mind. By encouraging people to talk about different subjects and issues, they contribute to a healthier society and bring colour and energy to everyday life routine."

What we say

The inventor of possibly the world's first hybrid neck and bow tie has a creative flair that brings energy, interest and dazzling originality to her products. Perfect for presents or statement wear. 



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