I’ve very excited to announce the launch of my website and e-store BayCooper.com . We’ve been working really hard to get it up and running and a special thanks goes out to Lucas Mulder at 100cm.org who built the whole thing.
Bay Cooper creates limited edition, hand-tailored neckties, bow ties and pocket squares and each comes with it’s own secret handshake, so if you meet someone with the same tie, you will know what to do.
You can come see what I’ve been doing in person at the pop-up shop Carnival Market, this weekend July 7th, from 11am – 5pm. Read more here.
We hope to start developing new products over the year and launching them as they become available.
Thanks to everyone for all the support.
I was recently interviewed by Rachel Walker at Plaid Magazine about my ties and future projects. Perfect timing because we are launching the website soon. Check us out at www.BayCooper.com. I’ve decided not to use my name. I couldn’t think of another menswear line that uses a woman’s name so it seems like a smart idea.
Lots more coming soon!
photos by Mark Binks
New Italian Cotton ties are now available at Dalston Grey. Each tie is an edition of 6 and it comes with it’s own secret handshake, of course. You can catch Leah and Dalston Grey at Bazaar Pop Up shop this weekend (April 5 – 8).
Thanks to Erin Anderson for the spotlight on Scout Network Blog.
Hand tailored, limited edition Bow ties available at Dalston Grey, $55 each.
My handmade limited editions ties have been moving well at Dalston Grey and there’s new ones in stock, with more to come – $60 each. Plus I’m also making pocket squares also at DG – $15 each. Lots more to come. Here’s a few examples from Leah Gust’s blog:
The Dirty Herring
The Dirty Herring
Make sure you check out Dalston Grey on facebook
My limited edition men’s ties are now available at Dalston Grey (1317 Dundas St West – Toronto. Just west of Dovercourt). Each tie is handmade and there are only a limited number of each tie. $60 each.
Check out Leah Gust’s blog post about them.