Comfy and cosy cotton socks featuring a textile motif inspired by weavings hung behind the Royal Festival Hall's iconic cantilevered concert hall boxes, our South Bank Socks are a part of our range celebrating London's design heritage.
Built by London’s post-war government, the Royal Festival Hall stands on the South Bank as a high-water mark. Architect Robert Matthew, assembled a talented team to lead its design including textiles pioneer Lucienne Day.
All funds raised from the sale of these socks are used to support the work of Open City, a charity making architecture and built heritage more open, accessible and equitable.
These socks are skilfully hand finished with a seamless toe using ethically grown and sourced Supima cotton by our partners at Peper Harow in Sussex.
66% Supima Cotton 33% Polyamide 1% Spandex
One-size fits most. Will fit snugly on sizes 10 and above loosening with wear
Made in Britain using ethically grown and sourced cotton