Rob Kardashian is set to launch his dress sock line next month.
The brother of Keeping up with the Kardashians stars Kim, Kourtney and Khloé, will see his Arthur George collection appear in Neiman Marcus stores from November.
Rob's sock line has been highly anticipated by fans of the hit reality TV series.
He has discussed his sock ambitions in various episodes of the show.
After months of promotion on his instagram feed about his debut line, Rob's men's collection will be sold exclusively in the high street store Neimans and online.
The socks, which are woven of 100% Egyptian cotton, will reportedly retail for $30 per pair.
According to Racked.com, it has been assured that Rob is the creative driving force behind the line.
They also report that Kourtney's partner Scott Disick isn't involved with the business, other than by showing his support by wearing Arthur George socks.
With each pair purchased, Rob will be donating a pair of socks to his charity of choice, the Family Emergency Shelter Coalition.
Rob is the latest member of the Kardashian family to dabble in designing a fashion line.
He follows teens Kylie and Kendal Jenner who have recently announced they will be collaborating on a juniors line.
His sisters Kim, Khloé and Kourtney have already been successful with multiple revenue streams from their fashion collections DASH, Kardashian Kollection and Kardashian Khroma.
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