Italian-born Andrea Giorgini has always had a thing for legs. Growing up surrounded by copies of Vogue, Giorgini has cultivated a love of fashion from the early age of 14. After studying economics at Milan’s Università Cattolica, Giorgini segued into creative directing and consulting. In November 2018, he followed his instinct to reinvigorate a sleepy industry and founded Maison Soksi.

Maison Soksi began life producing hosiery with personality, driven by the mission to let your tights do the talking. Luxury innovation meets slow, sustainable fashion in the form of exceptional, soft-as-cashmere, seamless tights designed in Milan and developed in Mantova and Venice, Italy. No colour is too bold and no print too loud. These tights were made to celebrate and stand out.

Maison Soksi is more than hosiery’s new beating heart. in 2020, the brand will unveil new products to cater to its customers at every touchpoint.
Since its launch, Maison Soksi has already been featured in V Magazine, Vogue Arabia, Vogue Australia and Vanity Fair Italy.

We’re just getting started. Welcome to Maison Soksi.


Maison Soksi supports certified organisations that work to promote the practice of sustainable forestry worldwide. Our packaging is made from paper that has been sourced in an environmentally-friendly, socially responsible and economically viable manner. Certified paper is different from recycled paper, as it’s typically composed of virgin tree fibers rather than pre- or post-consumer recycled materials. But when the wood pulp used to make this paper is sourced from a well-managed forest, it can be just as eco-friendly.

This is what makes the Certified system unique and ensures that a forest is well-managed across the board, from protecting the rights of indigenous people to the tree felling methods used. Forests that meet these strict standards obtain certification.


Each season Maison Soksi collaborates with unique artists for the artwork on its packaging. Season 4 showcases the talented visual artist Lok Jansen.

Lok Jansen is a Visual Artist and Art Director working out of Europe and Japan for major clients across the globe. Lok does art direction and makes concepts, drawings, paintings, and collages. For look books, animations, and spaces.