A Kind of Guise launches The Patchwork Project

A Kind of Guise return to their 2009 roots with this upcycling initiate just in time for the colder months.

A full 15 years ago, AKOG emerged onto the scene with their bags, made from salvaged medicine balls. Having built on that with some solid collections since, they’re kickstarting 2024 with some knitwear constructed from the test squares created when producing past products.

A total of 15 patchwork cardigans are the result of this innovative project, each different to each other. While other brands might eventually dispose of excess development materials in a more final way, AKOG have repurposed them by engaging their in-house design team in Munich with a knitwear expert in the Thurungia region of Germany, creating curious cotton, cashmere and wool pieces that are highly limited and just really nice. Available now.

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Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

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