Made in Forest Hills: Bow Ties Recycled From Trash, Inspired by MoMA

by , 01/22/12

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If you’re trying to amp up your wardrobe with a unique flair, we might have just the thing.  Made in Forest Hills, founded by recycling connoisseur Nicholas Ruiz, is a collection of some of the most interesting bow ties we’ve ever seen! This “Bow Tie Collection,” is a series of 11 ties inspired by different exhibits at MoMA over the course of 2011 and made from things that might otherwise be trash.  Click ahead to check out more of the awesome designs and their inspiration!


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