Maison Martin Margiela Patchwork Wool Knit Sweater
Shawl collar with toggle closure Signature white stitching at back Made in Italy Sample size: M
There's nothing more stylish, and weather-appropriate, than swapping your suit jacket for a shawl-collar cardigan in autumn. Maison Martin Margiela 's luxurious chunky version is perfect for just that, and the expertly crafted textured-knit detailing simply adds to its appeal. Team it with wool trousers and a white shirt for the office and chinos for the weekend. Shown here with a Junya Watanabe T-shirt , Marni trousers and a Maison Martin Margiela holdall and shoes . Navy wool shawl-collar cardigan Textured-knit body, ribbed-knit sleeves, white logo-stitch detail and fine-knit panel under collar Button fastening 100% wool Dry clean
Elevate your knitwear collection for the season with Maison Martin Margiela 's luxurious V-neck sweater. Knitted from a soft cotton and wool-blend, the heathered grey style features richly-hued, supple suede elbow patches for a sophisticated finish. Channel the Parisian brand's modern aesthetic and pair it with slick black jeans. Shown here with a Raf Simons shirt , Margaret Howell blazer , Maison Martin Margiela trousers and ring and Acne Studios shoes . Grey cotton and wool-blend sweater V-neck, mustard yellow suede elbow patches, ribbed trims 100% wool; trim: 100% leather (sheep) Dry clean
Maison Martin Margiela 's black zip-collar sweater is essential for layering as the temperatures drop. The Italian-crafted piece is made in Italy from soft cotton and wool-blend panels. Classic but cool, it will work over anything from plain T-shirts to printed button-downs. Wear yours on low-key days with slick denim and sneakers. Shown here with a Maison Martin Margiela shirt and bag , Lanvin trousers and Alexander McQueen shoes . Black cotton and wool-blend sweater Zipped collar Fabric1: 100% cotton; fabric2: 75% wool, 25% polyamide Hand wash Made in Italy
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