Porsche Seats Socks, again!

Porsche Seats Socks, again!

Once upon a time in the world of automotive design, Porsche decided to think outside the box (or should we say, the seat) and unleash their wild creativity. Cue the Pasha and Pepita Porsche Seats!

Nothing screams ‘Classic Porsche’ louder than Pasha; a heady mix of two-tone velour offered in the 924, 928 and some 911 from 1980 to 1984.

The story told is that Anatole Lapine, Chief Designer on Porsche’s first water-cooled cars, was a dapper young chap who always dressed with a flourish.
One particularly swish assemble included a check patterned Op Art scarf. Lapin’s neckwear soon became the talk of the office, eventually becoming the inspiration for those dizzying interiors. But wait, there's more! Enter the Pepita pattern, which added a touch of classic sophistication to the Porsche seats. Imagine a Chic Lady stepping out of a 911, and what do you envision? Houndstooth!

The problem is that the Porsche pattern we call “Houndstooth” isn’t Houndstooth at all. Wait, what? It’s easy to be fooled. According to Recaro, the non Houndstooth pattern is called Pepita, or Shepherd’s Check.
While the Houndstooth pattern looks like a bunch of little windmills, the Pepita design is made up of interconnected squares.These outrageous seat patterns became legendary, leaving an indelible mark on the Porsche brand. In recent years, Porsche aficionados have been treated to a delightful surprise as the brand decided to embrace its heritage and offer special packages that bring back the iconic 

Pasha and Pepita patterns. It's like a reunion with an old friend who still knows how to pull off a daring outfit and turn heads wherever they go. And now you don't need those cars to pull off that outfit, check our Pasha Socks and Pepita Pack!