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    The Raglan COOLMAX Cardie from Nanamica

    7th March 2016
    The Raglan COOLMAX Cardie from Nanamica

    I seem to struggle with the pronunciation of Nanamica. My small brain gets the N’s and M the wrong way around.  The name Nanamica actually means the house of seven seas, which in turn relates to the ancient phrase “the seven seas of the world”, and if I happened to be some kind of dexterous wordsmith then this next sentence would include some witty pun linking said phrase to this cardigan, but I’m not, so it doesn’t. After all, it’s merely cotton knitwear featuring some breathable COOLMAX pannelling. Now…

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    Turtlenecks from Howlin’ Knitwear

    Anyone partake in Movember this year? I didn’t. You see removing my facial fur transforms my phiz into what I would imagine Billy Corgan and J K Simmon’s to resemble having been fused together at…

    7th December 2015
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    Oliver Spencer – Hamilton Roll Neck

    Despite Blur’s Alex James being full of his own self-importance and coming across like a philosophical cheese-making twit in this latest Oli Spencer x Rankin interview series, the red specked knit he’s wearing looks class!…

    27th November 2015
  • Alan Paine Treswell Long sleeved Lambswool Polo
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    Alan Paine Treswell Lambswool Polo

    Smart aren’t they. I’ve always been a big advocate of the long-sleeved polo, particularly one made from the wool of a wee lamb. These rather earthy looking Treswell Polo’s from heritage knitwear makers Alan…

    30th September 2015
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    ts (s) – AW15 Collection Lookbook

    What’s not to like here? Quality wares for the coming winter season courtesy of the other Suziki brother. Actually while we’re on the subject of keeping it in the family, it’s nice to see…

    27th July 2015
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    Remembering the Yardie Cardie

    Many moons ago there was a cardigan, and this was not just any cardigan, this was a cardigan the stood head and shoulders above it’s buttoned-up peers. An enigma within knitwear circles, it’s original…

    26th February 2015