100% Natural Silk Twill Necktie
Price: 54 USD
Size: 7,6 cm | 3 in wide
Collection: Gifts for Travel Lovers
Gift envelope with the story of the scaf is included
Cats & Stripes
Following his style and his motto: “Art for All”, triQita gives everybody an opportunity to be dressed in art! The cheerful and soft color combination of the Cats in Stripes pure silk tie fits everybody's taste and every possible color combination of a shirt and a coat.
If you still have a question about what cats are doing on the tie, wouldn't just stripes be enough? Well, what are cats doing in our life in general? They make it warmer, and some people believe that they bring good luck.
So, if you like art, or like cats, or like to make the unforgettable gifts, or like to have always-in-fashion-unique-silk-neck-tie, or like it all together, Cats in Stripes tie from Triqita's For Pet Lovers collection is exactly what you are looking for. Do you have a friend, who is a pet lover? Do you have a gift for his birthday?
Remember, that the ties from Triqita are also very good for breaking the ice and they are not just designer ties, but stylish, modern, useful, exquisite and meaningful gifts.
- Can you see a gray cat in a dark room?
- No. Not enough light and not enough color.
- Well, here we have all the colors combined in stripes. Can you see that there are some cats hiding in the stripes?
The cats on the natural silk tie Cats in Stripes, hiding between the lines belong to the Cat Collection of Loree Pritchard from North Manchester, Indiana. They “live” in her home museum in all sizes, shapes and materials deriving from different times, styles and countries.
Triqita found among them a little black cat and "dressed” it with colorful stripes. And since the striped cats had entangled in the stripes creating an illusion that there are not any cats there at all, the Cats in Stripes tie left the category of color abstractionism and entered the category of op-art.
Op-art is not Pop-art, yet when Victor Vasarely during the 1960’s and 70’s popped up with his optical images, science, art, culture, and fashion adopted them very quickly and made optical images very