Cue 1992 and come enter Weezer's The Sweater Song. As we slowly crawl into the months of hibernation, RUSSH rounds up our favourite unique knitwear picks to cloak yourselves in this winter.
Courtesy of Stoffa
Technically labelled as a shirt, but seeing as it's wool cashmere, I would personally dub it as a knit or something alike. Hailing from New York, Stoffa are an amazing new brand that are truly implementing slow fashion cycles with made to measure garments across all categories. Not to be bias however Stoffa are quickly becoming my favourite for their quality and classically refined staples.
Courtesy of Maison Margiela
Everyone loves an old sweatshirt - soft, loved and perfectly worn in, I usually sleep in my new knits to purposely soften them up and wear them out. Now, if you were to try and achieve this look on purpose, it may be a difficult task at hand to get it just right. Luckily, Margiela have the most perfectly destroyed, "worn" sweatshirts, layered in to keep you warm (and looking perfectly disheveled) throughout the winter.
Courtesy of Our Legacy
Another international favourite, Our Legacy do the most beautifully sublime knits including this timeless charcoal Italian yarn linen knit with an even more timeless fit.
Courtesy of Eckhaus Latta
Always innovative in deconstructing everything including knits, we turn to none other than Eckhaus Latta, season after season to teach us how it can be done/undone.
Courtesy of A.P.C
Courtesy of Toteme
Courtesy of Jil Sander
Please, never underestimate the power of a good cashmere sweater vest.
Courtesy of Acne Studios
Reminiscent of the days of tatty mohair punk, Acne Studios distressed block stripe knit is an easy throw to shed light on any cold day and the bleakest of weather.