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FW22: Knitwear

The Varsity Knit

Credits: @AlineWeber, Philosphy prefall, Philosophy FW21, Sandro, Alanui

Furry collars and cuffs

Credits: @chiaraferragni, Zara, Izaak Azanei, @houseofsunny, Blumarine

The Minimal Knitted Dress

Credits: Rachel Comey, Claudia Li, Martin Margiela, Source Unknown, Self Portrait

The Sexy Dress

Credits: Christopher Esber, Coperni, Monse, Salvatore Ferragamo, Christopher Esber Resort 2022, Zara

The Mini Knit Set

Credits: Acne, Erdem, Self Portrait, Dolce&Gabbana, David Koma

The Knitted Ensemble

Credits: Self Portrait, Acne Studio, Adam Lippes, Christopher Esber, Fendi

The Polo Knit

Credits: Aimé Léon, Philosophy, @sourceunknown, Msgm, Sandro

The Asymmetrical Shrugs

Credits: Celine, Balmain, @thefrankieshop, Givenchy, N.21

The Sexy Top

Credits: Khaite, Jonathan Simkhai, Source Unknown, Elevated Basics, Zara, Pixie Market

The Patterned Vest

Credit: @marieparis, Saint Laurent, Tory Burch, Mango, Kiko Kostantinov

Retro Hues and Feminine Notions

While the yarns, stitches and textures enrich the knitwear with countless creative aspects, the shapes remain minimalist and retro. Inspirations range from the seventies to the early 2000s and the concept of comfort is combined with femininity and whimsy.
Knitwear total looks remain in vogue, moving from jumpsuits for the more daring to daytime outfits. From mini-sets, that look joyfull and youthful to more ladywear, minimalistic styles, this remains a must-have.
Still talking about timeless classics that are making a comeback, here are the varsity sweaters and cardigans and polo neck sweaters, to be designed with a college spirit.
On the other hand, the trend that is inspired by the femininity of the 2000s, is bringing back garments such as cardigans with fur collars and cuffs, dresses and tops with sexy cuts and asymmetrical shrugs.
Do not forget to read FW22: Yarns & Knitting to have more information about FW22 knitwear.

14 June 2021