Headed by our friends Victor Tell and Mikael Söderlindh, Happy Socks provides durable and comfortable sock with joyus motifs at its center. Brightening one’s outfit with flamboyant designs, the Swedish company again delivers a fetching collection for 2013 fall/winter. The collection enlists bold prints – paisley, camouflage, stripes, polka dots, zig zag — alongside an array of contrasting color palettes, catering for those inclined for a more humble get-up to the loud and cheerful. The full fall/winter range is now available via their online store. [See More]
The weed leaf sock game may be slightly saturated, but new brand 40s and Shorties carves out its own unique niche with a range of feet covers for the new season. Here we find the brand presenting a lookbook for Spring/Summer 2013, chock full of substantive allusions to all of our favorite pastimes. Double cups of Sprite concoctions, stuffed blunts, and of course 40oz bottles are all aptly represented across this line of premium socks – just in time for warm weather. If such statements are up your alley, head over to 40s and Shorties’ web shop to check out the brand’s offerings. [See More]
With sockless summer weather now a distant memory, it seems a good time as any for new additions to one’s hosiery collection. For Fall/Winter 2012, Happy Socks‘ new offerings provide bright additions for dreary winter weather, pops of color and pattern for the darker seasonal hues in one’s wardrobe. Designed in Sweden, the label knows a thing or two about keeping feet warm in cooler weather and the socks are constructed with premium combed cotton and wools and tested rigorously for quality. Snowflakes, shaded wool blends, tiger stripes, argyles and a medley of dots and squares feature in the new releases for the end of October, a selection of which is now available at our online store. [See More]
Miami-based shoemakers Del Toro teamed up with Richer Poorer on a limited four-piece sock collection for the spring/summer season. The one-size-fits-most (sizes US men’s 8-13) socks are made in the U.S., and are presented in four bold and colorful patterns intended to signify the Del Toro lifestyle. Amongst the offering is a green digital camouflage as well as a navy/red stars and stripes model. The Del Toro x Richer Poorer sock collection is available currently on Del Toro’s online shop for $20 USD.