"Psychedelic" bow tie
"Psychedelic" bow tie
A bow tie is a must have for any or cat elegant. The bow tie fits perfectly to any collar thanks to the clever fastening, which means that there is no additional strap on the neck. The bow tie is a high-quality craftsmanship combined with a designer pattern and durability. An interesting pattern designed by the wonderful artist Aleksandra Morawiak will make every pet look like a million dollars.
The bow tie was made in Poland, from the highest quality Polish materials that guarantee long and comfortable use.
Key product features: High-quality, waterproof material; Original design, available only at Psyjaciele.com; Washable; Easy fastening to attach a bow tie to each collar; Durability that guarantees long-term use.
The bow tie clasp fits any harness / collar up to 25mm wide.
* Each bow tie is made of a material with a pattern, so individual items may differ from each other and from the photo due to the use of another piece of fabric.
High-quality waterproof material characterized by resistance to absorption of dust, dirt and hair. Extremely easy to clean, quick drying after washing.
Bow tie care rules:
To remove minor dirt, simply wipe with a damp sponge dipped in warm water. For heavier dirt, the fly can be washed by hand at 30 degrees. The product should not be chlorinated, starch, ironed, bleach, mechanically dried or dry-cleaned. After washing, remember to hang it up so that the bow tie can dry thoroughly.
Remember that the cardboard packaging can be reused - it works great as a packaging for bags or dog / cat delicacies - see the upcycling tab for more inspiration!
Ada Zielińska - Deals with broadly defined graphics and illustration. In his works, he combines modernity with the nostalgia of the seventies and eighties. Lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Awarded with, among others golden KTR award, laureate of the City of Gdańsk Award for Young Artists in the Field of Culture 2021. with brands and institutions such as Adobe, Netflix, Spotify, Levi's, Domestika, CD Projekt RED, "Fast Company Magazine", "New Scientist Magazine", the National Museum in Gdańsk and othersSee works