Get Cozy This Fall in Daniëlle Cathari's Deconstructed Knit Sweater
Minimal design details to highlight your ‘fits.
Recently upcycling deadstock pieces into home-ready slippers, Daniëlle Cathari is continuing her line of deconstructed items with two new knit sweaters. You can add the garment to your fall and winter lineup for cozy, photo-ready looks.
Taking inspiration from the mid-century modern movement, the deconstructed sweaters arrive in two colorways. “Oatmeal/Blue” sports a muted color palette, while “Two-toned Brown” is a tonal iteration of the style. Both designs feature minimal design elements, with intarsia panels stitched together to create a relaxed silhouette with slightly puffed sleeves. The sweater is finished off with collars and half-button fastening at the front.
Take a closer look at Daniëlle Cathari’s Deconstructed Knit Sweaters below. You can head over to the designer’s web store to shop the pieces for $202 USD.