“Every piece I make is welcomed into a family of sweaters that have been a slow moving progression over the last three years. It’s hard to say if there’s really a favorite. I think right away everyone is my favorite until another idea comes along. Then it settles into the larger picture. But a favorite element within the types of sweaters that I make is the use of black and white. That’s something that enters and reenters with a lot of the different sweaters that I make. It’s a similar kind of ringer idea — it can be used to help its surroundings in a grounded way or make something seem more familiar.”
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“Every piece I make is welcomed into a family of sweaters that have been a slow moving progression over the last three years. It’s hard to say if there’s really a favorite. I think right away everyone is my favorite until another idea comes along. Then it settles into the larger picture. But a favorite element within the types of sweaters that I make is the use of black and white. That’s something that enters and reenters with a lot of the different sweaters that I make. It’s a similar kind of ringer idea — it can be used to help its surroundings in a grounded way or make something seem more familiar.”