Christopher Chaun FW13 – The Iconic Bow Tie

Fabolous in ChristopherChaun Bradley Waffle Knit silk bow tie

Christopher Chaun FW13

The essence of a fashion accessory lies in its ability to complete or accentuate, ultimately bearing the influence to make or break a look via its artistic prowess. When considering the iconic bow tie, the rules remain – and this now trending accessory has been re-imagined like never before.

Known for his statement design-style, Christopher Chaun leads his namesake brand with a keen sense of detail and an innovative imagination. With a love for bow ties, yet a taste uniquely his own, a hobby of creating bow ties for his event appearances that began in 2009 has transformed into an internationally recognized brand.

With names of discerning taste or rather, the incomparable Beyonce Knowles; legendary artist DaHuang Zhou; fashion industry elite Audrey Smaltz; and even all-star American hip-hop artist Fabolous endorsing the art of Christopher Chaun, it seems Mercedes-Benz Fashion week FW10’ was just an early glimpse of the brands design appeal. The avant-garde pieces have also been admired by men of sport, including American football star Ronnie Hillman and 3x European handball champion Hans Lindberg. Both chose the iconic Finale II bow tie, most widely known for its world debut on Beyonce as she surprised Oprah Winfrey during the finale of her legendary talk show in 2011.

FW13’ features a downpour of nearly 40 pieces in groupings of brights; evening; and newly introduced combinations such as wool with lambskin; and denim with leather among many others. Twenty existing favorites feature design updates from slimmer cuts to the finer details of stitching and hardware arrangement. Overall, this new collection is again striking as a mere glimpse into the direction the brand is headed. The re-invention of ChrisChaun’s innovation is evident in a collection offering an extensive variation of designs likened to assortments from champions Christian Louboutin and Louis Vuitton, – no matter what your look is this season or all that follow, there is a bow tie or two to be had in the FW13’ collection from Christopher Chaun.

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Beyonce performs in Christopher Chaun Finale II bow tie during Oprah Finale 2011

Christopher Chaun FW13 black and white assortment

Ronnie Hillman in Christopher Chaun Finale Giselle at ESPYS party

Christopher Chaun Oscar Houndstooth Multi color MSF

Christopher Chaun Piper II Denim a.s msf

Christopher Chaun FW13 Vert color and pattern assortment

DaHaung-Zhou in Christopher Chaun Cyclades bow tie


6 Responses

  1. Gerard

    Love them! I purchased 5 from Christopher for me, and 3 for gifts (5 of 8 which were special orders) G.

  2. LaToya Langham

    Mr. C.C As Known As Chris I’m Sooo Proud Of You Hunni… Keep Doing What God Have In Stores For You… Love You 19yrss My Long Term Best Friend. . HAPPY We Reconnect… Now Time For Me To Purchacse Two Tie FFor Atlanta Pride…

  3. Gerard Riveron

    Chaun is a very talented young man and has a vision.
    His background and experience in the fashion industry allows him to understand
    the luxury market of today. A market unevenly split into tow parts: the big
    brands luxury products and the independent designers’-The later often struggle
    to enter the market. Only passionate and hardworking individuals like him and who
    have true talent will make it.

    by true talent I mean creating a style that is recognizable. In my opinion, this
    is the only way to acknowledge a true artist.

    applies to designers involved with fashion or jewelry and who create their own style;
    their personal DNA transforms into a style. Christopher Chaun definitely
    qualifies! His designs are recognizable. He has created a unique Brand; his own
    recognizable brand. Gerard Riveron – 8.13.2013


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