KNITWEAR Womens-Knitwear01 Rustic Texture: Fair Isle and Navajo-inspired pattern is given a textural update with exposed floats, patchwork and woven-in stitches. Womens-Knitwear02 Decorative Dimension: dimensional cable and popcorn stitches bring a decorative element to Aran-inspired sweaters. Womens-Knitwear03 Artisanal Fringing: fringing continues to be a key stitch feature, evolving from the glossy, synthetic yarns of previous seasons into more robust wool tapes. Womens-Knitwear04 Folk Florals: embroidered florals, hand-stitching and sequin embellishments are applied over cable and marl patterns, building texture and evoking traditional folk-costume motifs and vintage stitch effects. Womens-Knitwear05 Monochrome Jacquard: graphic pattern repeats in softened monochrome tones of natural ecru and cream update traditional Nordic and Eastern European patterns on merino and cashmere yarns. Womens-Knitwear06 Brushed Pattern: brushed mohair and synthetic yarns update traditional checks with softer appeal. Womens-Knitwear07 Animal Update: animal-print and camouflage effects are updated with vibrant color and bold, exploded-scale pattern. Womens-Knitwear08 Refined Openwork: this features in small-scale repeats or banded pattern on semi-sheer fine-gauge knits. Womens-Knitwear09 Graphic Blocking: graphic stripes are an ongoing trend, with stark, two-tone panels looking the most directional. Womens-Knitwear10 Love Hearts: tongue-in-cheek and kitsch cartoon imagery continues to be a strong commercial trend for the younger market. Womens-Knitwear11 Vegetal Marls: marl and space-dye yarns are key for mid- to heavy-gauge knits, from ribbed polos and tunics through to tailored jackets.

Author: Chau Pham

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