Find of the Week: Le Moine Tricote

Le Moine Tricote, which means “the monks knits,” is an exquisite collection of women’s hand knits at the very highest level of intellectual and creative exploration and expression.  The entirely hand produced knits, fluidly undulate through different yarns, textures, a dazzling array of lacy stitches, directions and tensions, to produce quite simply art, in the form of women’s knitwear.  (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Le Moine Tricote.  For more information, visit Le Moine Tricote’s site.  © Photographs by Aurelie Gelibert.

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