Stitch Trend for Men’s Knitwear

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“Origin” explores the process from a strand of yarn to a piece of sweater. Stitch is key for knitwear. Stitch is accentuated for men’s business knitwear. Refined and intricate stitches make a breakthrough for A/W 20/21 men’s business knitwear.

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Cables on menswear are more delicate than those on womenswear. The asymmetrical design in A/W 20/21 is impressive. Cables are often combined with basic stitches. The thicknesses of different knitting pieces should be matched. The combinations of cables and jacquard patterns are the new direction.

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The raised textures accentuate placement designs on pockets, the chest and the middle of sleeves. The placement application of stitches play a key role for men’s business attire.

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The combinations of different stitches are seemingly disorderly yet rhythmic. Different stitches make intricate textures. All-over stitches are still key for new seasons.

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Basic stitches are employed to form the dissecting effect. DIOR MEN used basic stitches to enrich looks. We amplify several basic stitches for reference.

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The PRADA’s newest men’s knitted polo shows the creative and symmetrical design on the closure. Business stripes are also important. Textured stripes are the new direction.

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The subtle cutout textures are mainly applied to thin items in transitional seasons. Yarn-made knitting pieces are elastic, and stretch yarns can be applied to knitting pieces.

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The combinations of stitches and patterns are highlighted. New stitch logos have been released by many big brands. Fendi’s all-over logo has an embossing effect. Emporio Armani’s mini logos are intricate and dimensional.

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