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The cardigan made from fine alpaca. Traditionally made by Carbery/Ireland.
Lasting beauty and an especially noble gift.
Pima cotton, 12-gauge: The ideal summer pullover.
This pullover made from fine Merino wool by John Smedley weighs less than 10.6oz. Fits any briefcase.
Fine, handcrafted jacquard design made from strong, pure virgin wool.
Your most sensational weather protection is a nice pullover. Warm, water-repellent, windproof.
The warming wool sweater that never scratches. Finest Merino wool on the outside, pure cotton on the inside.
Thanks to Polartec® Classic 300, warm in the winter and wind and waterproof. By Aigle.
Classic, elegant knitted look on the outside. A lightweight & gently warming Thermotech® fleece on the inside.
As soft as cashmere, yet sturdy enough for everyday wear.
Downy. Lightweight. Greatindoors and under jackets. By Clark Ross, the alpaca specialist.
Hardwearing and elegant, it will look good for years.
The luxury of a genuine camel hair pullover.
Made from cotton, modal and cashmere in Germany. Exclusive to Fashion Classics.
The fine merino wool striped pullover that never scratches. Stereo-System® knitting with cotton interior.
Fine linen and cotton knit: Casual can look this stylish.
Rustic look – contemporary interpretation. With incorporated yoke. Authentically made in Ireland.
Only 150g (5.3 oz) and incredibly versatile. Airy fine knit jumper made of cotton and linen.
Textured patent stitch knitwear – unusually lightweight and airy. By Carbery.
Perfect for the summer. Ideal throughout the year. The finely knitted jumper made of linen and cotton.
Lighter than virgin wool. Almost as soft as cashmere. And far more resilient than both.
Made of 4-ply cashmere: The luxurious cardigan by Doriani.
With striking graduated colour: A unique and fashionable way to wear stripes.
A work of art made in the Andes from 100% alpaca. Hand-knit in 28 colours. This mosaic is not laid but knitted.
The well-established art of knitting meets modern design. Made in England as carefully as ever. By Peregrine.
Light, soft, warm: Probably your most versatile cardigan, made of precious baby alpaca wool. Made in Ireland.
As fashionable as a blouson. Yet much more comfortable. Jacket made of hand-picked Peruvian Pima cotton.
Irish knitwear by Carbery: Linen with merino wool on the outside. Soft cotton on the inside.
Robust Donegal look without scratching. The elegant pullover made of rare fine, soft yarn with Royal Alpaca.
Rustic look, surprisingly light and with a soft feel.
Exceptionally stylish. Ideal throughout the year. The fine knit zip-neck pullover made of Pima cotton.
The British original among many trendy patterned waistcoats. Knitwear by Alan Paine.
The original Breton fisherman’s sweater: Made by Saint James for 130 years.
Fashion favourite: Knitted hoody – in a new look thanks to effect yarn. By Phil Petter, Austria.
Not just any Norwegian pullover. The original zip neck pullover of the Norwegian national team.
Shape-retaining like a proper sports jacket. Flexible like a comfortable cardigan. By Hannes Roether, Munich.
The stylish answer to common cable knits: Traditional Aran pattern knitted in England. By Peregrine.
Alan Paine invented the legendary cricket jumper. And then reinvented it.
Aran knit art in a summery style. The airy linen/cotton cardigan – made in Ireland by Carbery.
This fashionable knitted waistcoat is truly unique. The knitted mouliné waistcoat by Phil Petter from Austria.
Fine-knit instead of chunky: The elegant version of the linen cardigan. Also fits under your sports jacket.
Grainy cool linen outside, finest Egyptian Giza cotton inside.
Striped pullover made of 100% alpaca wool for year-round wear. By Carbery/Ireland.
With shawl collar, cable knit and Norwegian pattern. A masterful piece of knitting from Carbery of Clonakilty.
Finely knitted using long-staple cotton. By Ragman.
A rare knitted masterpiece from the Andes. Not mass-produced in the Far East.
To this day, the individual parts are still stitched together slowly and carefully by hand.
A softer, better wool blazer is hard to find.