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Very few fashionable print pullovers are this luxurious (and yet affordable). By Pashma, India.
Retro pattern from 1989. From the archives of Clark Ross, the alpaca specialist. Knitted in South America.
More original than most floral patterns: Hand-crocheted in expressive three-dimensional look.
The latest Norwegian pullover: In boxy style, with roll neck and large all-over pattern.
Artful and rare Fair Isle jacquard in 6 trend colours. By Eribé, Scotland.
The alpaca jumper is made from “Airjet” yarn. Produced on manual knitting machines by KERO DESIGN in Peru.
Rarely does a pullover combine so many exciting structures. Made in England. By Peregrine.
Alan Paine invented the legendary cricket jumper. And then reinvented it. The renaissance of a fashion classic.
Cable knit pullover suitable for year-round wear: Made from finely spun cashmere yarn.
Hard to find: Slimline, lightweight knitwear among the fashionable chunky knit pullovers.
Not just any Norwegian pullover. The original zip neck pullover of the Norwegian national team.
Dyed and knitted by hand: Rare ribbon yarn made of baby alpaca and merino wool.
Trendy rib knit – but extraordinarily fine and feminine. The jumper with trendy turtleneck collar. Gran Sasso.
The original Breton fisherman’s sweater: Made by Saint James for 130 years.
The fashionable version of the maritime striped jumper. With sparkling Lurex yarn and a trendy sheerness.
Exquisite Pima cotton. Casual cable pattern. Feminine, fitted style. By Carbery.
The summer favourite among cotton pullovers. Crêpe Giza cotton.
A rare find: Luxurious pullover made of 100% camel hair. Spun in England. Knitted in Europe.
Your most important travelling companion. A pullover weighing only 7oz.
Rare cobweb knit. Airy and still a fully fashioned knit.
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