Peacock Apparel Group, Inc.
|Peacock Apparel Group, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120145574||TRANSPARENT BOX AND ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES OF CLOTHING THEREIN - A retail display includes a box having walls that define a first interior compartment. The walls include a top wall that is formed of a transparent material to permit viewing of the first interior compartment. A folded shirt that has a collar is disposed within the box. A tie is also disposed within the box. The tie has a first pointed end and an opposing second end and being folded along a transverse fold line that extends across a width of the tie to define a folded end and the first and second ends are proximate one another. The folded end is disposed underneath the collar of the shirt.||06-14-2012|
|20110192869||RETAIL DISPLAY STRAP FOR ATTACHING AND DISPLAYING TWO ARTICLES OF CLOTHING - In accordance with one embodiment, a display strap for displaying a first article of clothing (e.g., a tie) with a second article of clothing (e.g., a hanky, etc.) includes an elongated strap body having a first end and an opposing second end along with a top edge and an opposing bottom edge. The body has a plurality of score lines to permit the elongated body to be folded and the first end be drawn toward the second end. The body further has a locking slit formed therein proximate the first end and a locking tab formed at the second end for reception within the locking slit to form a continuous, folded strap body that captures the first and second articles of clothing for holding thereof at a first location. The display strap has a flag portion that extends upwardly from the top edge of the body and includes an opening formed therein for receiving a fastener that couples the first and second articles of clothing together at a second location that is spaced from the first location.||08-11-2011|
|20100163453||SHIRT BOXES AND ARRANGEMENTS OF ARTICLES OF CLOTHING THEREIN - A retail display includes a first box that includes a hollow first compartment for receiving and holding an item and a shirt that is folded and disposed within the first compartment. The display further includes a second box that is smaller than the first box and is disposed within the first compartment adjacent the folded shirt, with the second box having a base portion that includes a hollow second compartment. A neck tie is disposed within the second compartment of the second box. The neck tie includes a narrow end and an opposite broad pointed end. A transparent cover extends across and covers the first and second compartments and allows the shirt and tie to be seen by a consumer.||07-01-2010|
|20100025269||TRANSPARENT BOX AND ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLES OF CLOTHING THEREIN - In one embodiment, a retail display includes a first box having walls that define a first interior compartment. The walls include a top wall that is formed of a transparent material to permit viewing of the first interior compartment. The display also includes an inner box that is open along a top thereof and is disposed within the first interior compartment. The inner box partitions the interior compartment into a first section and a second section where the inner box is disposed. The inner box has a second interior compartment. The retail display includes a first article of clothing disposed within the first section, wherein the degree of movement of the first article of clothing is limited by walls of the first box and the vertical side wall of the inner box. A second article of clothing is disposed within the second interior compartment of the inner box. An aperture is formed in the top wall of the first box and positioned so that it extends across the vertical side wall of the inner box and allows access to both the first and second interior compartments to permit contact with both the first and second articles of clothing.||02-04-2010|
|20100000889||COMBINATION TRANSPARENT SHIRT BOX, SHIRT AND TIE - A substantially transparent box is constructed and arranged to include a collared shirt and a necktie in arrangement relative to one another and disposed such that these clothing articles are in registry with a hole in the box. The box comprises a single sheet of substantially transparent plastic having a series of first and second panels each being defined by respective folds. Selected first panels are bonded to another to define a hollow central cavity for the box, whereas selected second panels are folded to define peripheral ends for the box. The hollow cavity is sized to receive the shirt and necktie. The shirt and necktie are optionally arranged with bands that maintain a prescribed relative position to each other and to the box.||01-07-2010|
|20090265833||NECKTIE - According to one exemplary embodiment, a necktie includes a front tie material of elongated shape having first and second end portions including tips and first and second tipping pieces having a periphery complementary to the first and second end portions, respectively. The tipping pieces are peripherally stitched to the first and second end portions so as to form first and second pockets and the tie includes a lining in which end portions thereof extend into the first and second pockets. The first tipping piece and the first end portion of the front tie material are folded along first and second fold lines that are located adjacent the periphery of the lining and along third and fourth fold lines that are located spaced from and further from the lining than the first and second fold lines to cause the first tipping piece and first end portion to be folded over itself and form a pair of once-folded sections. The first tipping piece and the first end portion are folded along fifth and sixth fold lines to cause the once-folded sections to be folded over themselves to form a pair of twice-folded structures. The tie being is along the first and second fold lines to cause the third and fourth fold lines to be placed adjacent another.||10-29-2009|
|20090152140||TIE BOX - A tie box suitable for receiving one or more ties includes a base structure having a floor and upstanding peripheral walls that extend outwardly therefrom to define an interior compartment and a cover that is constructed to mate with the base structure. The tie box includes at least one elastic tie retaining member that is disposed within the interior compartment for receiving and holding the tie between the elastic tie retaining member and the floor. A ribbon member is disposed within the interior compartment for tying around the tie.||06-18-2009|
|20090032434||Shirt Boxes and Arrangements of Articles of Clothing therein - An article for holding and displaying a neck tie that includes a narrow end and an opposite broad pointed end includes a base portion and an insert. The base portion has a compartment for receiving and holding the folded neck tie and is open along a top thereof. The insert has a pair of upstanding leg portions and a top wall that extends between the upstanding leg portions. The top wall has a pointed slit formed therein that defines a depressable tab portion. The insert is inserted into the base portion such that the folded neck tie is disposed between the upstanding leg portions and a space is formed between a first end of the insert and one end wall of the base portion through which the neck tie extends. The neck tie is folded across the top wall and through the slit such that the broad pointed end of the tie is disposed with the compartment of the base portion underneath the insert. The pointed slit and an adjacent end section of the top wall define a pointed tie portion that resembles but is not the broad pointed end of the tie that is located underneath the insert and is not visible.||02-05-2009|
Patent applications by Peacock Apparel Group, Inc.