This is the time for launching fall collections, and I’ve got a bunch to tell you about in the coming days. First up is Brooklyn Tweed, which brings us a collection inspired by the forest for this fall. the collection has 14 patterns that are heavy on cables, texture and warmth, just like you’d want going into the cold season.
I love Michelle Wang’s Tread, a long loop of a cowl with a bold zigzag pattern; the Feather Cardigan by Veronik Avery, which features a drapey, open style and textured panels on the fronts (though they look more like wishbones than feathers to me); Jared Flood’s Oshima, a boxy sweater with a deep ribbed section at the top and a large turtleneck; and the incredibly detailed cable work that is Wang’s Stonecutter pullover, pictured here. It’s really an apt name for a garmet that looks more carved than knit.
Check out the look book and let me know if anything from this lovely collection is making it into your queue!
[Photo via Brooklyn Tweed.]
By Sarah White