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Olivia Hartigan was inspired by the longevity and quality of her grandfather’s tie

12th June, 2016

Olivia Hartigan

“The idea for Bonagrew started when I found a square-ended white Irish linen necktie worn by my grandfather, Mick Molloy, for the wedding of Lord Waterford,” says Olivia Hartigan. “He was a Wicklow man, a jockey and horse trainer with great style. I was amazed to find that the necktie looked so well 50 years later.”

Inspired by the longevity and quality of her grandfather’s tie, Hartigan decided...

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