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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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