Draper Rhys Jones first began making utilitarian legwear for coal miners in Carmarthenshire, Wales, in 1892, before turning his attention to crafting fashion stockings for Sunday churchgoers. More than a century later, the label is still family-owned and -operated, if a bit more playful in its approach. Adored for its cheeky appeal and uncompromising emphasis on quality, Corgi offers fine socks decked out with umbrellas, pups, and Union Jack prints that proudly pay tribute to the company’s long-standing British history.
Rhys Jones began making legwear for local colliers in Wales in 1892 before transitioning to crafting luxe stockings for Sunday churchgoers. Adored for its cheeky appeal, Corgi offers fine socks with umbrellas, pups, and Union Jack prints that pay tribute to the brand’s proud British history.