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Herbert Jones adds collection of designer socks in its range
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Feb '09
Herbert Jones, a men's accessories website, has added a collection of men's designer socks from brands such as Duchamp-London, Calvin Klein and Simon Carter. Herbert Jones stocks casual and dress socks in plain and fashion colours, offered as individual pairs or packs.

Classic socks come in plain colours such as charcoal and black in flat or ribbed cotton. Fashion socks are available in a range of patterns such as colourful stripes, spots, dots and argyle. Duchamp-London cotton blend socks use vivid colour and bold styling, originating from their design studio and exclusive to the brand. Their men's socks are manufactured in Italy using jacquard knitting machines, essential to achieve a detailed level of design.

The yarn is a mix of 80% cotton and 20% polyamide to improve durability and shape retention. Herbert Jones collection of Calvin Klein includes fashion and classic designs, in both casual and dress socks. Simon Carter socks were launched in Autumn/Winter 08, coming in a range of fashion designs with a wooden clothes peg.

Herbert Jones collection of men's socks, are predominantly made from cotton (in some cases Egyptian cotton), whilst others contain a percentage of merino wool or cashmere. Calvin Klein socks come in one size, covering shoe sizes 6.5 to 11. Duchamp-London and Simon Carter socks come in either medium (6-8.5) or large (9-11.5).

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