Rob Kardashian dabbles in fashion with men’s socks

  • Los Angeles Times
  • Friday, February 1, 2013 10:48am
  • Life

Rob Kardashian has taken his first toe-dip into the fashion arena, following in the footsteps of celebrity siblings Kim, Khloe and Kourtney.

But instead of going big, the lowest-profile member of the family has started small — but loud — with a colorful collection of men’s dress socks that debuted at Neiman Marcus.

The Arthur George by Robert Kardashian collection consists of brightly colored, boldly patterned cotton-nylon-Spandex blend socks made in Italy. They are festooned with camouflage, zebra patterns and graffiti, polka dots and symbols such as horseshoes and briefcases.

The socks are $30 a pair. Plans are afoot (tee hee) to expand the line in the spring.

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