Fall's Statement Sweaters

Aside from apple pie and hot chocolate, "sweater weather" is our favorite thing about fall.

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Aside from apple pie and hot chocolate, "sweater weather" is our favorite thing about fall. Clearly our favorite designers feel the same way: Phillip Lim added bold sporty stripes to traditional cable-knit pullovers like this wool turtleneck number.
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Thakoon experimented with feathery accents and bold shades of pink, orange and blue to create sweaters that were anything but ordinary.
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Plasticky woven textures give Alexander Wang's burgundy crew neck pullover a futuristic feel.
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Sleeveless sweaters also made a few appearances on the catwalk, including a mustard-colored vest from Derek Lam, here shown with cropped black trousers and smart T-strap pumps.
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Woven hot pants aren't particularly high on our fall wishlists, but this cozy Michael Kors pair looks extra fab with a thin waist-cinching belt and matching turtleneck pullover in marled grey.
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Season after season, Proenza Schouler offers up wild, statement-making knits that feel fashion forward but still cozy and wearable.
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Mulberry's simple V-neck sweaters were embroidered with cute animal motifs for fall, including these colorful parrots perched on a branch.
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The neon green hue of this V-neck pullover from Jonathan Saunders gives the traditional preppy staple a hip, downtown feel.
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All it takes is a pop of color to inject some energy into a fall ensemble, and nobody knows it like Christopher Kane, who worked with bright violet wool for this cable-knit turtleneck in an oversize, slouchy silhouette.
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Carven paired sleek turtleneck tops printed with elaborate painted scenes with simple lace skirts in clean, A-line cuts.
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Dizzying geometric patterns added interest to Rochas' long cardigan sweaters, which were juxtaposed against crisp satin blouses and metallic separates.
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Sonia Rykiel often offers up statement-making knits with her fall collections, and this year proved no different with bold graphic patterns lending a cool, modern feel to simple sweater shapes.
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For the more daring sweater shopper, Kenzo's cropped, marled wool sweaters are emblazoned with metallic panther faces and sequin details.
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We love the different woven textures in Stella McCartney's slouchy fall knits, which offered interesting contrast paired with crisp cotton pieces like this plain white skirt.
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In an uncharacteristically "boho" look, Chloe tried colorful mixed-up yarns for a wild woven sweater, shown here with pale green cropped trousers and yellow leather ankle booties.
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