The Story behind Samuel.
Every year, over 57 million cars drive through the Champlain Bridge that links the cities of Montréal and Brossard in Quebec. Named after Samuel de Champlain, “Father of Nouvelle-France”, this bridge sits on concrete beams, a touch of grey in an ocean of blue. With our grey handkerchief, we’re happy to pay a tribute to this token of our city since our TSHUs also cross the bridge to travel across the world!
Style and Craftsmanship.
This sober, classy grey handkerchief features a unique hand printed paisley pattern on thick, soft grey cotton. It is doubled with white cotton sateen– still practical in size, but twice as absorbent. Ethically hand-crafted in Montréal (Canada), this cotton hanky is an emblem of elegance and commitment – in fact, we commit to planting a tree for each adopted handkerchief. Thanks to its quality materials, the TSHU handkerchief is the perfect companion for daily life as it is both practical and durable – the quintessence of style and usefulness. Oh, and by the way, our hankies are not gender-specific. Ladies, gents – as long as you’re bold, this handkerchief’s perfect for you.