MILAN — After a season of sartorial-like knits, Italian knitwear brands have pared back their collections and are championing refreshed classics for next fall.
Though super-luxury knitwear continues to gain traction, knitwear’s silhouette has returned to more traditional looks; buttons are favored over zips, superfine gauges are predominant, and color and small jacquards have made a comeback.
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