Thursday, December 6, 2007

The winter is here and why not make it a bit more bearable in a new sweater?

Folk Clothes was established in 2001 in Scotland and the goal was to make clean and fun clothes but with attention to details. Lambswool and cotton have been used to make the cardigans and jumpers.

S.N.S. is a traditional knitwear manufacturer based in central Jutland, Denmark. In 1931, Søren Skyt devised a unique technique involving temperature bubbles to insulate local fishermen from the harsh elements whilst at work. Today, the knits are still manufactured in the same way on the same machines. Each garment individually signed by one of the three craftsmen responsible for making it.

Black Market is giving a 20% discount in december on Folk and S.N.S. knitwear!

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