Rising Men’s Brand AKNVAS Piles On Plush Knitwear for FW22

Presenting extreme yet cozy sweaters for next season’s cold months.

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Joining the ranks of a few directional brands that are aiming for the front of the fashion pack, AKNVAS – helmed by Danish designer Christian Juul Nielsen – is heading in the right direction. Presenting extreme yet cozy sweaters for next season’s cold months, the rising men’s brand has piled on plush knitwear for Fall Winter 2022.

The new collection builds upon the label’s firmly established aesthetic of shape, texture and bold coloring, and features a selection of wovens that are chunky, interlocked and voluminous. Shades of red, orange and green yarns are intricately looped and weft together to create expanding, long-sleeved crew neck sweaters, while woolen black-and-white chevron print make-up a cowl neck option.

Additionally, modern takes on basic wears including button-down shirts, single-pleat pants and overcoats pair well against elevated leather shorts, padded grosgrain vests and quilted patent leather puffers.

In describing the collection, the brand shares that items were, “Designed to move seamlessly from desk to dinner, with a focus on drape, flattering silhouettes, innovative knits and an elevated palette.”

The new AKNVAS collection is available to shop now on the brand’s website.

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