In the middle of the 17th century, a French minister went to court, wearing a white scarf around his neck and making a beautiful bow tie in front of him. King Louis XIV saw great appreciation, publicly announced to bow to the noble symbol, and ordered the upper class must be so dressed. Based on France was the world's leading fashion industry, bow tie in the 18-19 century is more prevalent. Up to today, in the official dinner (black tie) occasions, are required to wear a tie. Three centuries, the bow tie has been widely used in the aristocracy, and gradually become noble representatives of the upper class decoration.
Miller brand to follow the aristocratic will to tie elements, reflecting the aristocratic heritage of high-end luxury elegant temperament and came into being.