Words by Ryan Thompson, Photography by Alice Neale, Styling by Nell Kalonji
Since everyone from Raf Simons to Haider Ackermann is currently doubling down on chunky oversized knitwear, we thought we’d double up with some twins. The silhouettes afforded by these voluminous jumpers make for unique and tactile alternatives to traditional outerwear. So wear your yarns on the outside and your personality on your sleeves…
On those gifts you want to return…
‘I think we’re similar: we’d just smile, bite our lips and accept the gift graciously, right?’
‘No way, I’d definitely return it!’
‘Okay, I take that back… similar in looks only!’
From left: sweater by Études, roll-neck sweater by Dsquared2 from Vitkac, jeans by AMI by Alexandre Mattiusi (Farfetch exclusive), scarf by Fenty x Puma from Tessabit and M sticker by Anya Hindmarch. Cardigan by Dsquared2, hoodie by Valentino from O’, trousers by Marni, thumbs up and O stickers both by Anya Hindmarch.
From left: sweater by Loewe from Minetti, roll-neck sweater by Marni from Société Anonyme, trousers by Wales Bonner from LN-CC and shoes by Maison Margiela (sold out). Sweater by J.W. Anderson from G&B, jeans by Vivienne Westwood Anglomania from Traffic and shoes by Loewe from Vitkac.
From left: sweater by Haider Ackermann from Julian Fashion, sweater by Haider Ackermann from L’Eclaireur (worn around waist), track pants by Wales Bonner from Dover Street Market, sneakers by Adidas by Raf Simons from Browns and scarf by Raf Simons from Dope Factory. Sweater by Haider Ackermann from L’Eclaireur, T-shirt by Rick Owens DRKSHDW from L’Eclaireur, track pants by Neil Barrett from Giulio and sneakers by Filling Pieces (sold out).