Men have long allowed themselves to be more daring when it comes to socks, so it stands to reason that Robert Graham, a brand known for bold styling, would get into the hosiery market. Enter British Apparel Collection, a hosiery expert that inked its first license through its deal Robert Graham this year. That company will be showing the brand’s debut sock collection at MRket NY. Expect to find the contrasting colors, juxtaposed patterns and general whimsy typical of the brand’s shirts — as well as Robert Graham cuff links, which British Apparel Collection also distributes. British Apparel also will be offering its standard house lines, including Punto, which stands to benefit from its expanded in-stock program; J.M. Dickens of London, which is featuring a natty range of knit ties, and Cravats of London, the company’s luxury product that specializes in printed and woven silk neckwear.
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