08 Feb

KNITBRARY AW19/20 at WOMAN New York

 

We would like to invite you to the presentation of our new AW19/20 Women’s Collection at WOMAN taking place in New York from February 23rd to 25th.

 

WOMAN New York
Spring Studios
February 23rd – 25th
50 Varick Street
10013 New York

 

Next Shows

 

TRANOÏ PARIS Femme
Palais de la Bourse
March 1st – 4th
2 Place de la Bourse
75002 Paris

 

29 Dec

KNITBRARY AW19/20 at PITTI UOMO

 

We would like to invite you to the presentation of our new AW19/20 Men’s Collection at Pitti Uomo taking place in Florence from January 8th to 11th.

 

KNITBRARY at PITTI UOMO 95
Medici Pavillion – Touch! – Stand D11
January 8th – 11th
Fortezza da Basso
Florence

 

Next Shows

 

TRANOÏ PARIS Homme & Femme pre-collections
Palais de la Bourse
January 18th – 20th
2 Place de la Bourse
75002 Paris

 

WOMAN New York
Spring Studios
February 23rd – 25th
50 Varick Street
10013 New York

 

TRANOÏ PARIS Femme
Palais de la Bourse
March 1st – 4th
2 Place de la Bourse
75002 Paris

 

28 Dec

Kommersant: 2018 Best knitwear brands

 

 

KNITBRARY has been recognized as one of the best knitwear brands of 2018 by Kommersant.

Thank you very much! We are very grateful!

 

15 Nov

To my great teachers

 

Anni Albers (1899 – 1994) was a textile designer, weaver, writer, printmaker and leading pioneer in 20th century modernism. Forever an explorer and intrepid experimenter with materials and yarns, she put the loom and weaving on the map as a fine art, a form of language that offered endless possibilities of expression.

Amongst all the countries across Latin America that Anni had travelled to, it was Peru and its artisans that she grew particularly fond of, and that influenced her work. She always stated the ancient Peruvian craft as the highest achievement weaving could aspire to, unsurpassed, to her mind, in inventiveness of weave structure, use of color & timelessness in its beauty.

Peruvian textiles and weaving set the bar by which we understand the possibilities of yarns. Deeply inspired, Anni’s intricate and fearlessly entangled weaving is complex as much as it is joyous and luminous all at once, each twist and knot a narrative of her devotion and passion for the craft.

So much so, that she humbly dedicated her book On Weaving “to my great teachers, the weavers of ancient Peru.”