"Kutsuue Series S(t)oc(k)holm" Let’s show off those socks!
The Kutsuue series is a collaboration product of tabio, which manufactures socks since its establishment in 1968, and JILL LAMM.
For most socks are just a clothing article that is worn out of necessity and functionality rather than as a fashion item. The KUTSUUE series and its flashy design on the other hand is for customers that want to express themselves. These unique socks might be difficult to arrange with other clothing though.
The Kutsuue series is recommended for customers that usually primary or rainbow colored clothing.
JILL LAMM’s Favorite: Swedish Colors
Creative Director JILL LAMM, who is in love with designs from Northern Europe, has inspired the company's image colors light blue and yellow, based on the Swedish flag. The S(t)oc(k)holm socks are making use of the corporate colors combining it with a simple design, making it a pair of socks that matches any outfit.
A Clothing Article That Not Only is Fashionable, But a Carefully Crafted Made in Japan Product.
The concept might seem a bit too playful, but the product itself is of the highest quality.
Combining both technique and quality, this product is the result of skilled craftsmen that live up to the label Made in Japan.
Crafting socks that withstand daily use starts from selecting the right materials to work with. It is necessary to consider traits such as comfort, elasticity and durability as well as providing the ultimate design when crafting a unique clothing article like this.
Produced by JILL LAMM in collaboration with tabio comes this one-of-a-kind product that brings Japan’s design and quality to the world. Please give it a try!
- 70% cotton
- 27% nylon
- 3% polyurethane
* The S(T)OC(K)HOLM socks are manufactured on demand. Therefore, taking into account production and delivery time, it might take at least 4-8 weeks for the product to arrive.
* Orders shipped outside of Japan may be subject to import taxes, customs duties, and fees levied by the destination country. Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by the recipient.
We hope for your understanding.