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A knitted merino T-shirt has been part of the Outlier stable of products for years, thanks to the material's heat- and odor-regulating properties—not to mention comfort.
Now, she’s teamed up with fashion’s favorite denim brand J Brand to drop a 25-piece collection of denim styles, including jeans, a skirt, and a jumpsuit, along with statement cashmere and merino wool knits.
The awards honor designers’ use of Australian merino wool, complete with a prize of 70,000 Australian dollars (around $55,550 USD).
The line brings Anderson’s penchant for traditional British prints and staples (think plaid puffers, tweed coats, and Fair Isle sweaters) with Uniqlo’s signature materials and fabrications (from its extra fine merino to its HeatTech technology).
From the merino crew neck that picks up on pops of red in an 18th-century French watercolor, to a jacquard evil eye detail that mimics those lining the designer’s desk, hints of inspiration are evident everywhere.
With fewer animals and no production industry, alpaca doesn’t enjoy the recognition of, say, merino wool, and more work still falls on alpaca farmers.
Windowpane merino wool throw in gold from Garnet Hill.
Few things are warmer than dueling merino wool ninja suits.
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First Known Use: 1804See Words from the same year
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