The Sartorial Survival Mega Square has been designed by Mo Coppoletta, owner of The Family Business tattoo salon and seasoned body artist, together with T&A's head of design Dean Gomilsek-Cole and the team from The Rake magazine. Measuring 140cm x 140cm this evolution of the pocket square is more scarf than hank. Its distinctively retro illustrations put a humorous spin on its sizable nature by showing all the different ways to wear it. As an avid antique collector, Mr Coppoletta was inspired by a purchase of extremely old Esmarch bandages - an essential part of soldiers' battlefield equipment - as the packaging would visually describe all the different ways the bandages could be used. This tongue-in-cheek take on a war theme lends itself well to T&A's notoriously quirky aesthetic while the piece's limited edition run gives it collector's item status.