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With fishermen facing rough Danish seas in mind, Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt developed his knitwear line in the 1920s and '30s to offer extra insulation. This zipped cardigan embodies the brand's continuing dedication to quality and pared-back style. The thick wool and handsome melange make an excellent choice on frosty weekends. Shown here with a Band of Outsiders shirt , Jean Shop jeans and Red Wing Shoes boots .
Since the mid-1920s, S.N.S. Herning has crafted quality woollen sweaters that are warm, versatile and enduring. This black and white marled rollneck piece is designed with chunky ribs and large raised sections in an unexpected broken-stripe motif. Wear yours on the weekend with dark jeans and rugged cognac leather boots. Shown here with an Oliver Spencer T-shirt , Incotex trousers , Filson briefcase and Grenson boots .
In the 1920s, the founder of S.N.S. Herning Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt learned a "bobble" knitting technique that resulted in more insulating garments. The Denmark-based brand continues to use the technique today for its collection of heavyweight sweaters, lending tactile appeal and serious warmth to this wool cardigan. It's the most practical and stylish addition to your cold-weather line up. Wear yours over crisp button-downs or T-shirts. Shown here with a James Perse T-shirt , Acne Studios trousers and Raf Simons sneakers .
Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt established S.N.S. Herning in Denmark in 1931, and the label's knitwear is still crafted in the original factory to the company's exacting standards. This wool cardigan is constructed with an insulating waffle-knit, giving it a timeless feel. Team this practical cold-weather cover-up with sturdy boots and a cashmere beanie hat on autumn city breaks. Shown here with an Aspesi shirt , Polo Ralph Lauren trousers and Grenson shoes .
S.N.S. Herning has a rich knitwear heritage; founder Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt made a living as a young man selling jumpers of his own making. This cardigan has been crafted in Denmark using a unique lattice virgin wool knit, and handsomely finished with a ribbed placket and contrasting metal buttons. For effortless Scandinavian cool, wear it unbuttoned over a white T-shirt, jeans and lace-up boots. Shown here with a Nudie Jeans T-shirt , J.Crew shirt , A.P.C. coat , Burberry Brit jeans and Grenson boots .
Based on the tenet that "all knits can be thought of as members of a family - sharing the same forefather," Danish label S.N.S. Herning crafts sweaters that become heirlooms in their own right. This marled navy, blue and white piece is crafted in ultra-tactile wool panels, including a dobby-like knit that's designed to maximize warmth and insulation. Shown here with a James Perse T-shirt , J.Crew jacket , Hentsch Man suit trousers and Maison Martin Margiela shoes .
Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt of S.N.S. Herning created the brand's signature 'Fisherman' jumper to protect men at sea from the rough weather, salty air and wear and tear of their profession. The slightly bobbled feel of the wool and structured, textured knit mean this sweater is a lot more robust than similar styles of its kind but with no added bulk or stiffness. To channel the Scandinavian cool the brand is known for, wear it with a leather jacket layered on top and slim, dark denim. Shown here with an A.P.C. shirt , Incotex gilet and trousers and Grenson boots .
In the 1920s, Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt embraced about a knitting technique that increased the insulating properties of garments and this waffle-knit wool sweater is a sterling example. Based on the designs worn by Danish fishermen, this handsome striped piece comes in a comfortable crew neck fit. Team it with a peacoat and rugged leather boots. Shown here with an A.P.C. shirt and chinos , Luis Morais bracelet and Grenson boots .
As a young man Mr Søren Nielsen Skyt of S.N.S. Herning made a living by selling knitted jumpers crafted by his own hand, incorporating a 'bobble' technique that increased the insulating abilities of garments. Bearing this protective element in mind, Skyt's signature became the Fisherman jumper, intended to withstand the wear and tear of life at sea. This modern interpretation of the style has been made to the same measurements, cut and finish of the original design, at the company's factory in Herning. For a failsafe look, layer a peacoat over it and slim denim. Shown here with a Polo Ralph Lauren shirt , Filson gilet , Margaret Howell trousers and Cheaney boots .
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