Spring Cleaning

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In 2015, we declared: “(The) only thing that’s not transparent here are the handkerchiefs.” And here we are, a year later, still upholding our promise. Our handkerchiefs are as thick and absorbent as always. The only thing that remains transparent is—well—us! For those who have been following our journey, you’ll recall we’ve done everything in […]

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Mini, indeed!

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mini tshu handkerchief washcloth

_”Now that you’ve launched handkerchiefs, surely you’re planning to branch out into bow ties, right?” (Ah, the question everyone asks.)   _”No, not really. Our handkerchiefs aren’t strictly pocket squares for show—they’re actually real, practical handkerchiefs for the blow. You can wear them, use them, get them dirty—little to do with bow ties and suspenders, […]

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TSHU Story #5: Rosalie

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Le mouchoir en tissu de Rosalie est rose.

The Queen of Hearts …has a name. Rosalie. Born in Mirabel, more specifically in the small town of Saint-Benoît just North of Montreal, our bubbly protagonist knows her handkerchiefs. Indeed, hankies were introduced to her later than sooner by her French mother-in-law. Who says French mother-in-law also says infinite supply of cotton handkerchiefs! Lucky Rosalie. […]

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TSHU Story #3: Ysabelle

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Ysabelle's TSHU Handkerchief Story

Ysa chooses TSHU. And racing. Because Ysabelle’s a marathon runner: sporty, playful and proud. Handkerchief by her side, she’s ready for the run, keeping the pace under the sun. Ysabelle hails from Saint-Antoine-Abbé, near the New York border, or as she would put it, “Near Huntingdon. You know, Mayor Gendron?” She has since moved toward the […]

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