TSHU Story #5: Rosalie

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 #4: Charles

TSHU Story #4: Charles' hanky

Someone true – Someone TSHU Charles is a builder and bar owner – a tall, strong, and charmingly whimsical fellow. Dressed in a hoodie and khakis, the strapping man is a sight to behold. But Charles is a gentle giant, you can see the kindness in his eyes. This dichotomy extends to his TSHU Leonard,

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TSHU Story #3: Ysabelle

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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TSHU Story #2: Raphael

Raphael's TSHU handkerchiefs story

Loneliness has become a thing of the past …since Raphael adopted Gilbert. His men’s handkerchief has been such a great source of inspiration that it no longer ever leaves his side. TSHU may not be a social or religious movement (yet), but the little hanky is making believers out of more and more people. Ever

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TSHU Story #1: Dan & Pascale

Dan & Pascale's TSHU Handkerchiefs Story

SOLO OR DUO? The eternal question: the freedom of solo or the passion of duo? Daniel and Pascale are a duo; partners in crime so to speak. The more I talked to them, the more I realized they are one. And yet, they’re still individuals, each with their respective passions and desires — each with

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