Royal Navy Submarine Service


The Royal Navy Submarine Service has partnered with Windridge & Young to create and supply the new Submarine Service tie. The tie and unique weave were specially designed for the Service, bringing together the colours of the White Ensign and the gold of the Submarine Service’s prestigious Dolphins badge. Launched as part of a series of events to mark the 115th year of submariners protecting and serving the Nation, a percentage of the sales proceeds will benefit Royal Navy charities.


In & Out Club, St James's


The In & Out (Naval and Military Club) is a St James’s private members’ club for ladies, gentlemen and officers of the Armed Forces. This traditional London Club is also a vibrant and go-ahead organisation, moving with the times and meeting the ever-changing aspirations of its members. The fantastic Clubhouse at 4 St James's Square is regarded as one of the best locations in London.  Windridge & Young were given the challenge of creating the Club’s social tie, an exciting and eye-catching design, reflecting the Club as it is now.


Peterhouse, Cambridge


Peterhouse chose to work with Windridge & Young on a re-mastered version of their tie’s unique weave.  For the first time ever this brought together the true vibrancy of Peterhouse blue and white with the finest dyed silks to create a tie that perfectly reflects Cambridge’s oldest college. It is hoped that this fine mulberry silk tie with its brushed wool interlining will be worn by those who continue to study, Petreans and also the wider Peterhouse family who have celebrated their association since 1284.


Thoma Club, Switzerland


The St Moritz Tobogganing Club, with its world-wide membership, has enjoyed a strong partnership with the town and people of St Moritz since the Cresta Run was first built in the winter of 1884/1885. The Run and the traditions surrounding it remain constant, although the toboggans and equipment have evolved over the years. Within the SMTC a new club, the Thoma, has emerged, with its founding members choosing to denote their association with a tie that is as unique as the club itself.