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Annie Larson
Knitwear

Annie Larson is more than just sweaters. The former Target designer is a knitter, a pattern-maker, an informal manicurist and a master in interpreting the hard geometric aesthetics of the 80s into cozy, wearable art. She’s been on the rise since moving to New York to develop her line of ALL Knitwear, but recent developments include moving into a shared Greenpoint studio space with buzzy designer Ellen Van Dusen, where a War is Over! sign near her Brother Electroknit 965i (the knitting machine she uses to produce her peices in house). It’s obvious why her collection is essential for fall (knit beanies!) but we have a strong feeling her poppy colors will take us gracefully out of summer and right back again.

Photo Sam Hoolihan


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