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Patternity at SockShop

Posted by Danielle

We're pretty stylish here at SockShop, would you not agree? As well as offering you necessities and comforts in our ever extensive range of socks, tights and accessories, we like to offer that bit extra... the means to step out in style!
Style seekers are particularly drawn to our range of fashion and statement patterned tights. Among the brand new, daring designs included in this range, are three styles from Pretty Polly in association with Patternity. The Streetshapes collection.
Shop Pretty Polly in association with Patternity tights >
L to R: Tower Block, Bricking It, Shape Shifter
The three gorgeous designs part of the Pretty Polly in association with Patternity 'Streetshapes' campaign - available at SockShop >

Founded in 2009 by ‘cult pattern pioneers’ Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham, PATTERNITY - whose main aim is to use patterns to inspire, explore and innovate - is the world's leading specialist organisation dedicated solely to pattern.

Patternity has received international recognition "blurring boundaries" in its work with individuals, specialists and institutions across the worlds of fashion and interiors to art, architecture and science, food and drink to technology and education.

Most recently, Patternity has teamed up with hosiery specialists Pretty Polly to create Streetshapes - "wearable celebrations of the patterns that surround us everywhere we go…"

This three piece collection in black and nude is "a reminder of the powerful presence of pattern in our everyday environment – encouraging us to look up, down and around at the everyday with a fresh set of eyes.

The collection is based on the fundamental shapes that make up all matter – a bold rearrangement of circles lines, triangles and squares. The first in an ongoing series of collections with PP draws attention to urban and man-made shapes and structures."

Watch the Pretty Polly meets Patternity Streetshapes film


We think they're pretty darn fabulous and pay bold and beautiful attentions to those shapes and patterns that surround us everyday. What better to pattern our pins with?!


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