Howth Head

Howth Head


The headland of Howth is the northern end of Dublin Bay,
a sweeping crescent of horizonless blue, mirrored on the south by Killiney Hill, with Bray Head beyond.

An all-engulfing swathe of scrub speckled with flowers of red and golden yellow heathers lies under a grey blue sky, echoed in exposed karst, craggy shards of quartzite and mudstone, peppered with minerals in chartreuse and umber, punctuated by olive green gorse invading every crack.

  • Self-tie Bow tie
  • Handmade in Dublin, Ireland
  • Presented ready-to-wear or re-tie
  • Re-tie to unlock the three unique looks in each piece

Composition and Care

100% Silk, Self-tie butterfly Bow tie, Dry clean only

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‘Howth Head' is one of 10 unique stories, distilled into a woven silk bow-tie by Brendan Joseph, made up ready to wear with an adjustable neck band you can simply unhook and re-fasten. When you're ready to discover your bow-tie's other looks, you can untie it at the front and re-tie it in three unique ways - classic, quirky and striped.