For Spring/Summer 2010 S.N.S. Herning has prepared a small series of knits sharing a common heritage and origin. Many items stem from S.N.S.’s founder Soren Sielsen Skyt’s collection of knitted undergarments from the 1920s. Spied at (capsule) Las Vegas, the merino wool undershirt shares the same texture and cut as the original garments. The collar of the shirt was “discovered” in a local textile museum, prompting a search for the vintage machinery that would eventual reproduce its weave.

The shirt holds to the central tenants of the season’s line – simplicity and serenity – well representative of what is to come.

More looks at the S.N.S. Herning Merino Wool Undershirts after the jump.

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