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  • The slippers are gray-green cable-knit and the marabou is a frilly hot pink.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • The 11-piece collection includes ribbed and cable-knit sweaters, a bibbed twill shirt and sheepskin mitts.

    The Gentleman Adventurer

  • Chunky cable-knit sweaters: Call it derivative or traditional—but no closet will be complete this fall without a chunky cableknit sweater.

    Next Fall, There Will Be Oxblood

  • Rachel is built like Tinkerbell, small and sprightly, and she's wearing pink tights and leg warmers and an oversize cable-knit sweater.

    Icicles in California

  • I glanced down at my clothes, a black short-sleeved cable-knit sweater and jeans, and shrugged.


  • However, the men's tennis kit has historically maintained a relevance beyond the confines of the game itself—from the cable-knit sweaters popularized by Bill Tilden in the '20s, now a preppy staple, to the headbands and striped socks that were once favored by John McEnroe and Björn Borg and have since become hipster emblems.

    Classic Tennis, Anyone?

  • The cable-knit sweaters popularized by Tilden in the '20s are now a preppy staple.

    Great Moments in Tennis Fashion History

  • “Put the cable-knit cardigans on the sale table—they're not moving.”

    Female Scent-Marking in the Suburbs

  • That explains the black sequined blazer and tweed jacket with faux-fur collar that recently arrived at Ann Taylor stores, and cable-knit circle scarves and matching mittens at the Gap .

    For Early Shoppers, It's a Wrap

  • The result: a primarily grey and navy collection of dresses, sweaters and overcoats in silk, cashmere and wool highlights include a silk twill slip dress with coyote collar, a collarless blue-grey check overcoat and fitted parka with a cable-knit sweater dress.

    Woolrich Goes Feminine With New Black Label


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