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Doppeldecker receives coverage in local news outlet

We were very pleased to welcome reporter Luke Torrance to meet the team and hear about our mission and history. You can read the article here:


Tuskegee Airmen

Tuskegee Airmen receive red P-51 silk ties at Wings Club awards ceremony in New York

During a recent awards ceremony sponsored by the New York Wings Club, Christina Cheng gave each Tuskegee Airman a red P-51 silk tie as a small gesture of appreciation.


Mayor Bloomberg thanks designer Christina Cheng

New York City Mayor Bloomberg appreciates the design of Christina Cheng's F-15 silk tie in red, white and blue.


The Wingsclub Dinner Dance: supported by Doppeldecker Design 

Flight Safety International Chairman Al Ueltschi reviews Silent Auction donations at the recent Wingsclub Dinner Dance in New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel. Doppeldecker Design supports this Wingsclub event.

MR Menswear Magazine: A Great Collection

MR Magazine recently called our silk ties " a great collection for those with a passion for aviation".

Red Label collection launched

Doppeldecker recently launched the stylish and innovative, online-only "Red Label" collection. In the dedicated red label area of our website you will find your very own declaration of independence. Experiments in design, cool, young. These premium quality silk ties are available online only.


Doppeldecker well received at NY Collective show

At the recent New York Collective menswear show, the Doppeldecker booth was well visited by leading retailers but notably also Italian design houses from the Como region. We are happy to note that our designs attracted the attention of our professional colleagues.

Henry Grethel at DOW XLA menswear styles event

Menswear expert Robert Bryan and celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch presented their views on the latest trends in menswear recently at the DOW XLA showroom in Manhattan. Henry Grethel and Doppeldecker president Peter Berendsen came to hear how performance fabrics could work in menswear. (from: DNR magazine February 5th issue)