Where the runway meets the street

One of the highlights from our trip to Copenhagen last week was new knitwear brand Monsieur Lacenaire. The designer Garance Broca, who worked at Hermes for three years, took her knowledge to make knitwear that’s classic and subtly subversive. Which means they’ve got knitted varsities’ (like the one you see above), cardigans with plackets that turn into scarves and other little twists that show off a slight edge in knitting know how. Made in the same factories she visited during her time in Hermes, the collection uses Alpaca (both regular and the baby kind) and Italian merino for the wools, making everything in France. Our favourite piece? Has to be that knitted varsity. You can expect to see them in Colette, among other stores, come next winter.

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