Take a look at our newest styles and the inspiration behind them.
Old remnants of wheatpaste posters serve as the inspiration for the Forsythe. The pattern superimposes the classic rib over an existing castiron motif for an intricate degradé effect.
The Lexington subverts the classic checkerboard pattern by interjecting an unexpected twist: interlocking diamonds from Canal Street’s subway mosaics that mimic the traditional cable-knit.
Based off the interplay between glass and cast-iron in Soho’s historic facades, the Stanton transforms into a regimented pattern of circles and squares.
The Essex takes the grillwork of subway grates and marries it with a nautical twist. A reference to William Chappel’s painting, Old Ferry Stairs, this pattern hints at the maritime commerce that once thrived along the East River.
At Ace & Everett, we are proud to design, knit, and produce our socks in the US.