Italian designer Diletta Cancellato is doing all kinds of crazy good things with knitwear. Growing up alongside her tailor grandfather, Diletta learned every detail of quality clothing construction first hand. She continued her education in Milan but it wasn’t until she completed her MFA at Parsons when she totally felt comfortable breaking away from the norm. We just love the way she’s experimented with different weights and volumes of knits to create beautiful and dramatic silhouettes, with the oversized sleeves being our favorite, of course.
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