The revisited Aran sweater
This piece is a true wardrobe classic collectible. When done by hand, an Aran sweater can easily take 40 to 60 hours to make. Ours is knitted with a double gassed thread of Egyptian cotton, Giza, the very essence of the classic cotton pullover, known for its comforting softness. It is produced on a hand operated machine, where every technician develops his own unique technique to produce the cable and texture variations. Each thread is hank dyed before being spun, using vegetable dyes, and natural agents for fastening, creating depth and singularity to every colour.
Texture CABLE KNIT - ARAN TECHNIQUE
Yarn DOUBLE THREAD, RING SPINNING, GASSED
HANK DYED IN THE MARCHE REGION IN ITALY
Technique FLAT KNITTING, FULLY FASHION
Composition 100% EGYPTIAN MAKO COTTON - ELS (Extra Long Staple)
About the model:
MAGALI EXPRESSES HER DESIRE FOR COMPETITION ON THE ATHLETICS FIELD AND HER ARTISTIC VISION THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY AND DRAWING.
Content creator, camera operator, editor and actress, she shines bright in front of and behind the lens. Broad jump athlete, she started to perfect her sport as a young girl and has even travelled accross the globe to represent Canada in international competitions. Magali also loves sewing and making jewelry.
HEIGHT 5'8 1/2
Size of knit top worn in this picture: S