Ann Demeulemeester Oversized Wool Cardigan


Ann Demeulemeester Oversized Wool Cardigan


    Setting herself apart from her Belgian compatriots Ann Demeulemeester set her own path by making clothes that reflected her stark individualism, bohemian attitude, and reverence for the artist she was influenced by. Ann immediately stuck out from the pack when she won the Gouden Spoul award after graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. After a few years of working as an intern, Ann established her own women's wear line in 1987, entitled “Light”, whose austere color palette resembled her Avant-Garde Japanese contemporaries at the time, but with a different perspective on tailoring, focusing on leaner lines and more wearable garments. Ann’s focus on the versatile fit of her garments was second to none in the Avant-Garde, placing an emphasis on the varying anatomical form, by adding adjustable straps and paneling, the designer strived to make clothes anyone would be able to wear. This black sweater is fabricated out of a wool blend. It features horn buttons, cinched pockets, and a drawstring at the waist and hem.

    Size + Fit
    Marked size 36 (please refer to measurements).
    15.5 inch shoulder width
    20 inch chest width
    32.5 inch total length