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Don Shelby partners with Twin Cities clothier

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Minnesota news veteran and Bring Me The News anchor Don Shelby is partnering with King Brothers Clothiers to offer the ShelbyKnot Collection, according to the company's Facebook page.

The new line of men's neckties "crosses demographic lines and combines timeless style with today's trends," the company said.

Shelby didn't invent the unique knot. It was taught to him in 1986 while working at WCCO, but it bears his name after a story in the New York Times in 1989.

Learn how to tie a "Shelby Knot" below:

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