The word "cardigan" sounds about as sexy as a soggy sandwich, but depending on the ebb and flow of fashion's mood, this knitted cover-up can be one of the best pieces to own. We're fairly certain Alexa Chung set the wheels in motion last year when she popped a pink Ganni cardigan on top of some vinyl trousers to soften their sass factor. Since then, the button-down knit has been gaining momentum, and in the past few days alone, two of my colleagues—Emma Spedding and Isabel Mundigo-Moore—have just bought the same cropped & Other Stories cardigan in different colourways. It turns out that one of our favourite UK influencers, Lizzy Hadfield, owns it in cream too.
If you're looking for a designer stamp of approval, there's plenty of that too. The autumn/winter 2018 runways are in agreement: Versace, Gucci, Sonia Rykiel, Dior and many more all adding to its catwalk reputation. So how to wear a cardigan now? Keep scrolling to see.
Gypsy Sport and The RealReal repurpose denim Despite the iconic allure tied to classic blue denim, it’s quite a pollutant textile. So to challenge the garment’s impact on the environment, Gypsy Sport designer Rio Uribe has partnered with online
Phew! With New York Fashion Week finally done and dusted, now is the time editors head back to the office (or if you’re lucky, London Fashion Week) and make sense of everything they just saw. Spring 2019 turned out a particularly disparate bunch o