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post #1036 of 1045
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

i already have it

But does it fit!

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post #1037 of 1045
Thread Starter 
of course, btw the measurements are wrong
post #1038 of 1045
I wasn't planning on getting it shit wouldn't fit I need looser knits. Neighbor has a really nice Schneider knit, haven't seen anyone else carry it.


post #1039 of 1045
That Schneider reminds me of Inis Meain's birdseye stitch sweaters:

courtesy NMWA

There was an even nicer one (IMO) last fall because the thicker yarn had donegal flecks in it. Here's hoping they reissue that in blue or green.
post #1040 of 1045
Thread Starter 
that ss is boring
post #1041 of 1045

Two pretty epicurean knits up on grailed (neither mine).

Raf Simons AW2006

 

Jil Sander AW2007 (designed by Simons)

 

I think the second one has been posted before, but it is so cool it needs to be posted again.

post #1042 of 1045

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Jil Sander FW08 Sweater 

post #1043 of 1045
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Originally Posted by jwalterweather View Post

Two pretty epicurean knits up on grailed (neither mine).


Raf Simons AW2006



Jil Sander AW2007 (designed by Simons)

I think the second one has been posted before, but it is so cool it needs to be posted again.


I had that jil sander one but had to let it go because it was too small. Such a dope knit.
post #1044 of 1045
Number (N)INE



Wish it was my size, probably one of my favorite knits.

http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/modescape/item/2400020016810/
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