Ice Cream Bow Ties
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The art of:

The Bow Tie

Established in 2016.

Originally bow ties are known widely in plain black for formal wear only, however Ice Cream Bow Ties has done more than refine an old tradition - we’ve created a new one! Guided by the colorful palate of frozen flavors and textures, we have created cold neck wear that every age will enjoy.


Hand-crafted one of a kind

Each bow tie is hand-crafted with precise attention to detail. We carefully select our materials and fabrics - some from across the globe to bring you authenticity. We only create up to 26 bow ties per design because we believe in quality over quantity.





Aniki Allen & Marsha Magdalene

Ice Cream Bow Ties was founded by Aniki Allen, at the age of only 9 years old. The kid boss is also a Creative Designer of the fashionable neck wear line.

Aniki's love for cold treats and creativity allowed him to turn his passion into cold neck wear that all ages would enjoy. As an only child, Aniki was introduced to Lego at a very young age. This was the only activity that he would sit for long periods at a time.  One simple thought from his creativity has developed into a fashionable brand that has encouraged both young and old to continue to be inspired and to reminder all that you are never too young to be great.

As a bi-racial child: Black American and Hmong, Aniki is encouraged to explore who he is. Aniki shares, “I get my inspirations through everyday life, through my family and my Mom and Dad.”  

In 2015, Aniki created his very first brick bow tie, he recreated it in 2016 and after a few months of fine tuning; Aniki along with the help of his Mom: Marsha Magdalene, launched Ice Cream Bow Ties.

Aniki’s future aspirations are to become a successful entrepreneur and finish college.



There are three core values that guide Ice Cream Bow Ties- Creativity. Entrepreneurship. Philanthropy.

We believe that creativity keeps you unique and original.

We know that it is never too early to understand the fundamentals of creating your own opportunities.

We know it important that we must represent our community fashionably.