An especially interesting revelation that Mr. Vrgoč liked to make known was that his creative work was actually dedicated to women: „The women are the real buyers of ties, while men most of the time don’t know what they are buying. They get an idea, they buy them for their husbands, boyfriends and lovers, this way creating a tie between them. Because a tie is a medal, a totem, it shows someone’s inner nature, it stands on the most sensitive part of the body protecting the soul.“
His words dedicated to women can be found imprinted on some of the tie labels and also today on some of the accessories. We would especially mention our cotton tissues meant for „tears of joy“. They were inspired by a thought that Neven had that the only tears that a woman should cry are those of joy. The extravagant artist also did not shy from venturing into the erotic. He suggested, for instance, that the art of tying and untying one’s or the other person’s tie, offered us an insight into someone’s sensibilities and love life.
These were only some of Neven’s artistic innovations, which managed to find their way to the customers. Others were fascinating, miniature paintings on ties, painted by brush and inspired by great artists, pearl coverings of the ties’ backs, personalized messages, initials and original labels that were as unique as the ties themselves. One of them said: „If you are not asked three times about where you got the tie, please free to return it“.