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Photography by Carlyle Routh

Styling by Tricia Hall

FAIR GAME

Traditional fair isle gets a contemporary update with the addition of construction-cone-orange stripes on this Givenchy jumper.

Givenchy crewneck sweater, $1,850 at Holt Renfrew. Jil Sander turtleneck, $495 at Harry Rosen.

JUMP START

An embroidered oversized poppy accents Alexander McQueen’s thick-ribbed knit, part of a collection that brought military references to the forefront.

Funnel-neck sweater, $1,495 (U.S.) through www.alexandermcqueen.com.

SPOT CHECK

A full Salvatore Ferragamo look for fall is nubby texture on top of nubby texture, but individual pieces have a cozy sophistication all their own.

Salvatore Ferragamo crewneck sweater, $4,650 (U.S.) through http://www.ferragamo.com Jil Sander turtleneck, $495 at Harry Rosen.

HOT FUZZ

The abstract rope motif that covers Louis Vuitton’s fall lineup pays homage to the aesthetic of late London designer Christopher Nemeth.

Roll-neck sweater, $2,070 (U.S.) at Louis Vuitton.

ON THE HORN

In an otherwise sombre Marni lineup, this ombré piece stands out and looks best worn in the season’s signature sweater style, over a finer gauge turtleneck.

Marni crewneck sweater, $760 (U.S.) through www.marni.com. Prada turtleneck, $910 at Holt Renfrew.

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