Pierre Cardin has been a French fashion industry icon since his earliest collections of the 50s and 60s.

Born in Italy, Pierre Cardin started his fashion journey in 1936, at the age of 14 as a tailor’s assistant. In 1945 Cardin moved to Paris, France. There he studied architecture and worked with Paquin, then with Schiaparelli.

In 1947 he began to work for ‘Christian Dior’, but by 1950 Cardin created his own fashion house on Rue Richepanse in Paris, and later went on to open his first boutiques.

The famous couturier’s timeless French style is the inspiration for the Pierre Cardin sock collection. Classic designs and touches of fashion innovation combined with a competitive price make the successful mix of this range.

The highest quality of materials is chosen especially for the range, which is produced on the finest machinery. The premium range is hand-finished for the utmost luxury comfort; everything one can expect from an internationally recognised brand.

Modern classics for the fashion conscious man, using a mix of traditional prints and patterns with seasonal colour palettes and contemporary twists.

Whether your style is classic black, charcoal and navy bases, or bold flashes of colour, you can be certain you are getting timeless Pierre Cardin quality. Available in a variety of pack sizes to suit each market.

Available also in specialist yarns such as bamboo for extra soft handle, Thermolite for added warmth without compromising on design, organic cotton in leisure and casual ranges for comfort and protection.

“The clothing I prefer is the one I create for a life that does not yet exist, the world of tomorrow.”

Sometimes visionary dressmaker, sometimes inveterate businessman, Pierre Cardin is a personality and has been a mark in fashion for the past seventy years. An innovator, he democratises fashion products without giving up his force of invention.

“I like to draw, without constraint of corners, corridors, rooms or walls. Make sleeves to dresses or feet to a table, it’s the same thing.”

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