Designer socks brand St. Friday Socks, together with Volga Film Company, has released a capsule collection of socks timed to coincide with the release of Guy Ritchie's new film Human Wrath in Russian cinemas.
“The brand's designers were inspired by the criminal imagery and aesthetics of the iconic British director's film. The new collection features socks depicting pistols, robbers in balaclavas, surveillance cameras, wads of money and dancing skeletons. The line includes six models, each playing out one of seven types of anger. So, robbers in balaclavas, whose heads are pierced by a bullet, symbolize revenge. A wad of dollars is an annoyance because money is never enough, and skeletons are a mortal offense, ”the collaboration said in a press release.
"Human Wrath" will be released in Russia on April 22. Guy Ritchie directed and wrote this film, and Jason State played the main role. Stateham's hero is a mysterious and cold-looking gentleman named H. He infiltrates a cash collection company to find accomplices in a series of multi-million dollar robberies that shook Los Angeles. In this confusing game, everyone has a role to play, but everyone is under suspicion. The guilty ones will surely be overcome by human anger ...
A new collection based on the film has already appeared on sale at myfriday.ru. The price of one pair of socks is 399 rubles, a set of six pairs costs 1675 rubles. Socks will soon be available in St. Friday Socks nationwide.