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Ringer Aragon / No. 020


The Ringer became a staple fashion for youth and rock-n-rollers of the 1960s. We redefined the scoop neck ringer t-shirt with a luxurious hand-made blend of baby alpaca and Italian silk, also available in pima cotton. This short-sleeved garment is a light-weight and fitted knit. The jersey stitch is also used in our long-sleeve silk t-shirt, Mulberry.






Knit Library Data

No. 020
Name: Ringer
Stitch: Jersey
Gauge: 12gg
Materials: 80% Baby Alpaca, 20% Silk
Made in: Peru
Sizes: XS - L
Collage: United States

Additional Colours in Pima Cotton:

- White with Straw Yellow

Hannah wears a size small. Model’s height 5’8, bust 32B”, waist 25″, hips 35″.

XS= BUST 32” WAIST 24” HIPS 34”
S= BUST 34” WAIST 25” HIPS 35”
M= BUST 36” WAIST 29” HIPS 39”
L= BUST 37” WAIST 30” HIPS 40”

Hesperios Knit Library:

Concept & System By: Autumn Hrubý
Research: Autumn Hrubý, Lily Gradante
System Production: Miye Mccullough
Country Artifact Text By: Julia Berick
Collage by: Autumn Hrubý
Production: Hesperios

All Knitwear Design By:
Autumn Hrubý 

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United States

Of the continental United States, Maine is the one with the longest coastline, though there are many larger states that line the ocean. The reason for the milage is Maine’s numerous inlets and its islands. Two of Maine’s 3166 islands make up the single town of Harpswell. The two islands of Harpswell are connected by a bridge built in the 1920s from massive giant slabs set in an openwork lattice to allow the tides to ebb and flow. It is said to be the only cribwork bridge in the world.

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