• How To Wear The Graphic Knitwear Trend | The Daily | MR PORTER
  • They say that lightning never strikes twice, but Mr Neil Barrett, who has made the motif his signature, proves otherwise. This sweater is knitted in a fine-gauge from soft wool yarns. As well as adding graphic appeal, the design's connecting bolts will broaden your shoulders.
  • In celebration of the suppliers of its luxurious fabrics, Dries Van Noten's latest line puts vintage garment labels front and centre. This sweater is printed with the logo of Jamieson & Smith - the very same place from which the Shetland wool used for its construction was sourced. Balance the slouchy shape with slim jeans.
  • Mr Alessandro Michele documents his limitless appetite for inspiration through his personal @lallo25 Instagram account - the Gucci creative director posts everything from antique busts to taxidermy. Embroidered with an abundance of motifs including crowns, tigers and signature snakes, this wool sweater is evidence of the designer's eclectic eye. It's been knitted in Italy from soft wool and finished with contrasting ribbed trims.
  • A cool piece that featured on Prada's Fall '17 Milan runway, this Shetland wool sweater has been made entirely by hand in Italy. The colourful geometric shapes are made even more interesting by the small irregularities that accompany artisanal craft. Wear yours with a pair of corduroy trousers.
  • Cashmere and sunny SoCal - it doesn't seem like a successful formula but that's what Mr Greg Chait went for when he set up The Elder Statesman in 2007. The LA-based brand imbues all of its wares with that relaxed Californian spirit, as epitomised by this 'Sunset' sweater. Knitted from soft multicoloured yarns in an easy fit, the rainbow-striped style is sure to brighten grey days.
  • It's hard not to become captivated by Mr Alessandro Michele's creative vision - the Gucci head honcho injects a bit of his colourful, characterful worldview into every piece. This wool cardigan has been knitted in Italy from pure wool - the jacquard tiger pattern is energetic and bold, quite like the man for whom Michele designs.
  • This season, texture and vibrancy come to the fore. Whether it’s the popularity of pop colour or the resurgence of velvet and corduroy, you’ll find it in MR PORTER’s latest Trends.
  • From the striped sleeve and buttoned sides to the abbreviated hem, this sweater is Thom Browne through and through. It's been knitted in Italy from an insulating wool and mohair-blend that's flecked with colourful threads. Wear yours with slim trousers.
  • EDITORS' NOTES  Dries Van Noten's Fall '17 collection celebrates knitwear, with a variety of heritage mill logos and statement sweaters on display. First seen on the runway in Paris, this wool-blend style is patterned with brown, cream and black patches resembling a cow's mottled markings. The chunky ribbed trims provide subtle shape and structure to the oversized profile.
  • Make a stellar impression with this sweater from the The Elder Statesman. Cut for a regular fit from soft cashmere, it's intarsia-knitted with a colourful solar system. The black background makes it easier to pull off than you might expect - keep the rest of your look dark and tonal for the slickest take.
  • No need to adjust your screen – Gucci's Italian-made wool sweater is designed in full technicolour. From the bold rainbow stripes and 'angry cat' motif to the embroidered flowers and 'Hollywood' tag, it's a masterclass in Mr Alessandro Michele's signature maximalism.
  • Cleverly dubbed 'Glitch', this rag & bone sweater is intarsia-knitted with a colourful broken-stripe motif. It's made from soft cotton and will bring cool energy to casual looks. Sport yours with dark jeans and box-fresh sneakers.
  • Mr Alessandro Michele designs with the confident dresser in mind - his envisioned Gucci man has no problem mixing the label's more eccentric pieces in with the classics. This sweater has been knitted in Italy from soft wool. Purple and yellow stripes serve as a bold background for the label's signature snarling 'angry cat' motif. Wear yours with simple jeans and boots.
  • This season, texture and vibrancy come to the fore. Whether it’s the popularity of pop colour or the resurgence of velvet and corduroy, you’ll find it in MR PORTER’s latest Trends.
  • Folk is often inspired by the art world (check out its latest collaboration with artist brothers Messrs Nick and Phil Goss). A case in point, the pattern on this wool-blend sweater owes a great deal to the aesthetic of modernist architect Le Corbusier and De Stijl designer Mr Gerrit Rietveld. It's knited with a subtle open stitch that enhances the vintage appeal of the patchwork motif.
  • The knitted mohair-blend used to craft Missoni's jacket is made in-house by the family-run label, using techniques developed in its historical atelier in Sumirago. Borrowing from classic trucker styles, this collared piece has a boxy straight-cut shape detailed with a chest flap pocket and buttoned cuffs. Army-green or navy-blue trousers will complement the multicoloured check nicely.
  • Gucci's Mr Alessandro Michele doesn't play by the rules, so if you're looking to break free of traditional dress codes, he's your man. This argyle sweater runs the full gamut of the Fall '17 collection's inspirations - from the Ivy League to the Far East. It's spun from plush wool and finished with a bold appliqué at the front.
  • How To Wear The Nineties Sportswear Trend | The Daily | MR PORTER
  • Valentino's sporty sweater captures the cool, urban spirit the Italian house has adopted in recent years. It's made from navy and black cotton-blend jersey that's lightly structured and finished with contrasting red, cream and blue panels for a bold striped effect evocative of retro athleticwear. Keep it looking sharp with tailored trousers - sweatpants will edge you dangerously close to shell suit territory.