Maker-friendly mag Marrow has enlisted Portland neckwear company Harding & Wilson to create a limited edition of neck- and bow-ties made from the cloth of vintage dresses and coats, which they are now selling in their online shop as a floral counterpoint to the darker styles that dominate the season. Their marketing—in keeping with all the hype about tomboys that exploded in 2013—suggests that women need not abandon their vintage dresses just because they've been re-purposed as such; in fact the lookbook features nothing but women sporting the five varieties. See more pf the products and the shoot over on MOD.