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Giraffe, a Japanese tie brand

 

Giraffe is a Japanese tie brand with a concept of “the cutest tie brand in the world.” They offer a variety of ties with original designs, colors, and silhouettes.

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Made in Japan

 

Giraffe sticks to their ideal of “made in Japan”. So their designing, planning, and manufacturing are all done in Japan.

Giraffe’s creative and original designs attract many people

 

Giraffe may be the first brand in Japan which offered ties as a fashionable items. Now Giraffe is very known and accepted among fashionistas in Japan. 

 

 

 

 

As said in its concept, you can find a lot of cute ties in their shop.

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Idea for Father’s Day

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This is a Giraffe campaign poster during Father’s Day season. They say “Do you remember the first day you gave a gift to your father on Father’s Day? Dad does.”

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To fit all types of fathers, Giraffe offers some ties on the ad. It sounds like fun to pick up the best tie for your father while thinking of him!

Idea for Valentine’s Day 

 

In Japan, girls give chocolates and/or a gift to their boyfriend or someone they’re interested in to show their love on Valentine’s day. Giving a tie on Valentine’s day is a little ordinary. However, giving “a tie from the cutest tie brand in the world” is a big difference.

 

Giraffe always entertains us with their ads and ideas. For Valentine’s Day, they offered packages that looked like chocolate! It’s not just their ties that are cute, but their entire brand.

Outfits styled with Giraffe ties 

 

 

 

With Giraffe ties, ties are no longer only for formal occasions, but also for casual days. 

 

Giraffe offers items for women too, such as corsages, ties, necklaces, and more. The woman in the photo above pinned a Giraffe corsage to her sweater. 

 

 

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