In the past, we've covered ASKET's T-shirt range designed with a 15-size system. Now the Swedish menswear brand is back, introducing a new collection of merino & cashmere knitwear for Fall 2016.

Featuring grade A Inner Mongolian cashmere and extra-fine Australian merino wool, the premium knitwear products are spun, knitted, linked and packed in Italy. Moreover, ASKET is unveiling the new range with complete transparency, releasing material, labor, transport and production costs, which is particularly disruptive given that ASKET works with the same Italian factories as Brunello Cucinelli, Prada, Hermès and Zegna. In short, the label is offering up some of the finest materials in the world, at an affordable price.

Take a first look at the forthcoming sweaters in the gallery above, and watch for availability to begin on October 25 from ASKET.

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