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    Crispin Argento, founder and owner of the Portland, Ore. based apparel company, PINO (www.pinoportland.com), believes that the fastest way for a man to be happy, find love and land that dream job is being a true gentleman—which starts with dressing well. Argento's philosophy is that in the era of casual, looking sharp, buttoning up and wearing a tie helps a man stand out in the crowd and achieve his goals in life.Under the name How to Talk to Girls, Argento also provides styling and wardrobe consulting services.If you want to learn how to properly knot a tie or bow tie, or fold a pocket square, just ask crispin@pinoportland.com.

    PINO was launched in 2011 as an experiment to better understand the challenges of designing and producing high quality apparel, building a brand, and surviving in Portland. Argento hopes to use this experience to assist and propel other local designers to build their brands and go to market. His goal is to help position Portland as a leader for high quality, American-made sustainable apparel.  

     This exclusive collection of ties and accessories for Maxton Men was created with dead stock fabrics from the Pendleton Woolen Mills or Italian-sourced wool. A limited quantity of each tie and pocket round was made by local artisans in Portland, Ore. Due to the limited-time nature of Mondays at Maxton events, all PINO purchases are final sale and non-returnable. Exchanges can be made for the same item. 

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