This fall, Harry Rosen introduces a new collection of five special-edition pocket squares designed by acclaimed Canadian artist Gary Taxali.
Gary Taxali is an artist and award-winning illustrator whose work has appeared in Royal Canadian Mint special edition coins, GQ, Esquire and Rolling Stone. He draws influence from vintage comics and advertising art to communicate the comic ironies of pop culture.
The artist launched “The Art of Flirtation” by Gary Taxali for Unfamous, at a special party in Toronto last week.
Gary Taxali with one of his creations at Harry Rosen.
Created for Harry Rosen, each piece of artwork is reproduced on high-quality Italian silk, with hand rolled and stitched edges creating a fluid canvas to style a suit or hang as a piece of art. Each pocket square is unique, but our favourite has to be the “Call me” version in purple.
The Gary Taxali for Unfamous “The Art of Flirtation” pocket square collection retails for $95 in-store and at harryrosen.com.