Happy Socks, the trail-blazing Swedish sock and underwear brand, and Queen are set to release a limited-edition collection for Spring/Summer 2020. The designs combine Queen’s greatest hits and each band member’s signature instrument with Happy Socks’ trademark colorfulness for a collection of styles that invite fans of all ages to take the stage with them.
Behind every extraordinary band, there is a sea of extraordinary fans. True to Queen’s legacy as music and fashion pioneers, their greatest hits and signature instruments come together with Happy Socks’ colorfulness for a collection that invites you to take the stage with them.
The new collection features six pairs of soft combed cotton crew socks and four pairs of kid’s crew socks in organic combed cotton, all available as singles. The full selection for kids is available as a 4-pack gift box.
The crew socks come in two collectible gift boxes, the Signature 4-pack which highlights each member of the incredible quartet, and the 6-pack, featuring the full selection of styles. The prints pair elements and lyrics from the chart-topping songs ‘We Will Rock You’ (Brian May), ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (Freddie Mercury), ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ (John Deacon), and ‘Radio GaGa’ (Roger Taylor), with the signature instrument of its composer.
The Collector’s Edition 6-pack includes two additional styles that get the band back together. Each pair features the members in concert, either as portraits or represented by their instruments of choice, and “Queen” stitched on the cuff. Visit Queen’s official website or Happy Socks’ official website for further information.
As uDiscover Music previously reported, Queen + Adam Lambert recently appeared at the historic Fire Fight Australia concert, which made music history on Sunday 16 February, when an audience of 75,000 fans came together to witness some truly memorable and moving performances. The event played a vital role in raising in excess of $9.5 million towards national bushfire relief.
In a statement prior to Fire Fight Australia Concert, Brian May said: “We’re very happy to be able to do our bit to help Australia to fight back against the terrible fires. This is Australia’s pain but it’s Humanity’s problem. My heart has broken seeing the plight of the animals. I hope the concert will help them too. We all need this tragedy to never happen again.”