It's time for your ankles to meet your social conscience. Sexy Socks have just landed in Australia, and for every pair that is sold, a pair is given to a school child in Africa. This is fashion with a social mission.
Started in 2015 by Dave Hutchisson, when he was struck by the extent of poverty around him, the company's dream is that no child should have to go to school without a pair of socks. The original designs were made from sustainably sourced bamboo which is breathable, stretchy, hygienic and odour-free.
As the demand for range's outrageous designs and the wish to be part of its great social enterprise grew, a combed cotton range was also added- providing not just another textile choice but also a lower price point. All the cotton used in the manufacture of this range is also sustainably and ethically sourced.
"As curators of sustainable lifestyle products, we seek out suppliers who are actively involved in giving back either to their communities or the environment were thrilled to find a brand that does all that while having a lot of fun." Says Caryn Hanley, Commercial Director at Buxton Hanley who are the exclusive agents for Sexy Socks in Australia and New Zealand.
"Giving back doesn't always have to be so serious. You can be outrageous and feel good about your choices at the same time."
With a focus on sustainable gift-giving in the lead up to the Festive Season, Hanley says they are thrilled to bring Australian sock-lovers such a high quality, fun range.
Available in a range of on-trend prints and colours for him and her from just visit https://www.sexysockssa.com.au