Whitman Mohair Sweater
Inspired by 1960’s Ivy League style, the Whitman Sweater reimagines this iconic era in fashion by entering it into conversation with the language of punk rock that proliferated shortly after in the 1970s.
It is a garment that embodies both education, and rebellion. Mohair takes the place of traditional cotton, the cropped fit is complemented by the lengthened sleeves.
The jacquard knit “B” logo references the historic Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper—a newspaper once edited by Walt Whitman, winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1951 for an 8-part exposé on corruption in the city.
This is a gender neutral product. Aria is wearing the 'smaller' size and Wolfgang is wearing the 'larger' size.