When they started in 2006, Correll Correll were known for their “color wheel” t-shirts made from slices of vintage tees, but their work has gotten more complex as the years have gone by. This type of knit, made from 40 different types of yarn knitted together, is now a signature as well. “If you use one thick yarn it looks very nice, but sort of flat,” says Vera. In fact, the sisters are obsessed with playing with depth and layering in their work. “It’s the core of what we do — the chunky yarns that we make ourselves, and that type of knit paired with delicate, flowing pieces,” says Daphne. That helped them form the theme of tomorrow’s Ecco Domani presentation: Opposites.