Depicting the view outside of his window at a French Asylum, Van Gogh’s Starry Night is one of the world’s most recognizable paintings. Wear the iconic art piece with Hotsox’s Starry Night socks as part of their famous artist series.
Van Gogh once wrote to his brother, “Painters understand nature and love it,” a perfect explanation for how he was able to capture the beauty of a starry night. Let the blue and yellow swirls guide you through your own night with this edition of Hotsox’s artist series.
Painted by Claude Monet during the last years of his career, the water lilies series are an iconic part of his lifetime work. Celebrate the beauty of nature and Monet’s work with this edition of Hotsox’s famous artist series.
Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters, Caddyshack, and Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. All great movies, and all starring the infamous Bill Murray and his incredible ability to make the world chuckle just one more time!
Frida Kahlo has become an icon of Mexican culture and art around the world. Celebrate this amazing artist with these gorgeous socks. Wear these socks to show your love of Frida and compliment almost any outfit.
Created from sugar or clay, calaveras, are used as offerings on altars dedicated to celebrating the lives of deceased relatives on Dia De Los Muertos. Celebrate their lives and yours with every step you take!
One Size Fits Most (Sock Size 10-13)
Men’s Shoe Size US: 7-12.5 // UK: 6.5-12 ...
Created by Gustav Klimt in the early 1900s, this iconic piece of art is the envy of single people everywhere. As part of Hotsox’s artist series, you too can feel the warm embrace of a lover(or socks) on your body.
Reality is overrated. Roll into these beautiful socks to add a creative stroke to your day. Daytime and nighttime sky are separated only by a simple brushstroke on these surreal socks. Put some fantasy in your fashion.
One of the most recognizable pieces of art in the world has now become one of the most recognizable socks in your dresser! Hotsox’s artist series welcomes The Great Wave off Kanagawa into their extensive collection.