The traditional Argyle pattern, the diamond with a superimposed check, is deeply rooted in British history. As early as the 18th century, it was known as a symbol of affiliation with the Scottish clans. The most powerful of these clans, the Campbells of Argyll, ultimately made this pattern popular on socks. The individuality and boldness of this style are an expression of an exclusive lifestyle, which has proven popular all over the world; something that continues even to this day. In this way, the Brit style is given an international interpretation, and playfully engages with tradition.
Now available at J&B Menswear, Norwich