“A machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men, but no machine can do the work of an exceptional man.”
We create extraordinary machines to make jacquard that look like photographs but every season knitwear is reborn from the hand knitting needles and the creativity of manual movement.
Stitch after stitch we return to Grandma, but now interpreted with psychedelic yarns, with printed and three-dimensional yarns. The development of summer knitwear is horizontal in the finest and most subtle yarns and vertical in the thicker and fuller yarns.
Stitches open in playful nets, waves and torn nets and retained with thick yarns for handmade effects. Crochet in raw cotton or flamed linen.
Knitted lace top in metallic yarns milled with cotton yarns. Oxidized yarns interpret the summer shine in puffy ribbons for the 3 and 5 finesses.
Shiny cotton but with soft hand. The transparencies move in pleats printed in the colours of the earth.
Cotton knit shorts with coulisse and ruffles at the waist. The knitted shorts are a new must and can be made of transparent nets skilfully doubled in printed fabrics or in colourful yarns combined in summer and floral micro jacquard.
The most subtle finesses alternate between draped sleeves and fluttering dresses. Recycled polyamides light up the stripes alternately with opaque and velvety yarns. Stretched viscose plays with firm yarns in a rich combination of fancy stitches.
The finesses for this season are concentrated between 7, 12 and 14. The new generation machines more quickly interpret jacquard stitches made not only on the shaved but on an alternation of ribbed and needle wastes.
All models that provide unexpected openings on the sides and on the back are launched. Double or triple shoulder pads, open sleeves, necklines composed only of machine finished necks but without knit on the décolleté.
It is time to innovate, to dream and to create. Mohair and silk are combined in impalpable clouds of light, cashmere with lurex, protects in the deepest nights and extra-fine wools are newly dressed with very light colours of sand and gold. The baby alpaca is soft and sweet and is unexpectedly dressed up with combinations of lurex and shiny and printed polyamides.