The ultimate rock ensemble meets the ultimate sock ensemble.
Brian May: Queen guitarist, CBE, PhD and maker of one of the world’s most iconic guitars – the Red Special. Brian May built the Red Special as a teenager with his father, Harold, and the guitar has been his on-stage companion ever since.
We’re thrilled to launch a red special of our very own to celebrate one of the world’s most renowned guitarists.
Queen have been playing music to live audiences around the world continuously since 1970 – and percussionist Roger Taylor has been part of the band’s line-up since day one.
And in 2022, we’re delighted to finally celebrate Roger Taylor’s iconic on-stage presence through sustainably sourced, luxuriously crafted socks.
In November 1981, Queen took to the stage at the Montreal Forum, Canada, and played what was to become one of their most iconic concerts.
41 years on, and we thought it high time John Deacon’s timeless on-stage bass performance was celebrated through the medium of sustainably sourced, combed cotton yarn.
Queen were pioneers of the music video as early as 1975. And in 1984, they took the format to new height with the release two groundbreaking videos: I Want To Break Free and Radio Gaga.
Nearly 40 years later, and the films are as iconic as ever – and we're thrilled to pay our tribute to them in sock-form.
Our signature 200-needle knitting process means we've rendered the Queen Collection socks with next-level definition.
From the strings on John Deacon's bass guitar, to the detail of the band's outfits in I Want To Break Free, each pair of socks stands out for its attention to detail.
What's more, the collection is knitted from the highest quality, sustainably-sourced melange combed cotton yarns – so they don't just look the part, they feel the part too.
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