As part of its FW19 offering, Namacheko came through with a covetable offering of oversized mohair sweaters. Just in time for the start of winter, siblings Dilan and Lezan Lurr's trio of oversized sweaters are available to purchase.
The first design is a post-internet reimagining of Van Gogh's Starry Night rendered in the painting's iconic palette of Prussian and Cobalt Blue, together with striking Cadmium Yellow accents.
The second is a further abstraction of Edvard Munch's 1893 masterpiece, The Scream. What is particularly impressive with the Munchian sweater, is that absent of the painting's famous screaming subject, the garment clearly evokes the work through color and movement.
The third is inspired by de Kooning's Woman series. By employing a jacquard technique, the violence of de Kooning's brushstrokes materialize in a manner that implies the colors are painted directly onto the material. This particularly striking iteration is available to view in the embed below.
Each sweater features a large, rounded neck, ribbed cuffs, and dropped shoulders, creating a clean, yet slouchy silhouette. Two out of three designs are readily available for €1,020 (approximately $1,115 USD) from revered Parisian retailer, The Broken Arm, and are slated to become available at select Dover Street Market locations soon.