New York: Over the past few seasons Marcia Patmos has established herself as an innovative knitwear designer at the forefront of the sustainable fashion movement. A contender for the CFDA Eco Fashion Challenge, the designer’s projects include collaborations with women’s knitting collectives in Bolivia and Nepal. This season’s array of fine gauzy tops, open-weave cardigans and intricate knit dresses demonstrate that clothes with a conscience can also be sophisticated, on-trend and desirable. —Shine Dharan

Silhouette: Relaxed / Shifts

Color: White / Silver / Black / Buttermilk / Citron

Key Items: Slouchy sweaters / Wide-legged pants / Fine cardigans / Knit dresses

Materials: Fine wool / Cashmere / Satin

Prints + Patterns: Cobweb weaves / Cable knits / Metallic weaves

Details + Trim: Palettes / Perforation / Transparency


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