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Hayward Gallery Edition

We are pleased to announce our latest sock collaboration with The Hayward Gallery and designer Benjamin Craven, in celebration of the gallery’s re-opening this Spring. As London’s Hayward Gallery celebrates its 50th anniversary and stages the first major UK retrospective of the work of acclaimed German photographer Andreas Gursky, We are delighted to unveil their new sock design – the Hayward Gallery Edition. The sock was commissioned by the Hayward Gallery for their launch and is now being sold exclusively in the gallery shop...

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10 Father's Day Gift Ideas for the urban adventurous dads.

The year is whizzing by. We're already half way through, which means that Father's Day is upon us again. And what to pick for someone we've spent a lifetime giving gifts to? We've expired all the "useful" options, gone through the "fun" options, explored the "informative" options. What can possibly be left to get for the dads this Father's Day (assuming they already have a subscription to Look Mate)? It's time to relax because the team here have sorted through everything and hand-picked the perfect gifts for all the urban adventurous dads out there bringing you the best gifts celebrating design, collaborations and traditions.

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Look Mate x Hedof for WWF Tiger Campaign

"It was one of those busy Monday mornings where the corporate world are answering to their weekend hangovers and the inbox is inundated with emails, you know, the type you need nerves of Valerian Steel to deal with. However, there was one email that caught my eye; the subject simply reading "Tigers" and within a few clicks, WWF was informing me that this year marked the first in conservation history that the population of Tigers had increased; this put a big smile on my face. Later that day the Tiger email kept coming back to me and eventually spurred a "what if" moment…”What if” we could put Tigers on your socks and by wearing them the Look Mate community could help Tigers too?” When I asked Hedof about this, he replied: .

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