St. Croix's Art Sweater
Some artists work with chalk or oil pastels, but our designers use fabric. As color, texture and creative design are the hallmarks of our brand, it seems natural that we would celebrate art through our medium. Each season, our designers draw inspiration from a specific art piece. They take great care interpreting the creation as handcrafted knitwear and thread by thread, the design transforms into a masterpiece. The utmost precision is required from start to finish and the result is nothing short of fabulous. Every Art Sweater also meets the superior standards we are known for.
Owning a St. Croix Collections Art Sweater tells the world you have great taste and appreciate the finer things in life. Much like strolling through the MoMA, enjoying our sweaters up close will delight your senses and owning one is a rare treat.
St. Croix is well known for designing distinctive knitwear beyond a solid color sweater. Over the course of many years, St. Croix has created sweaters inspired by world-class artists. These limited-edition sweaters are coveted by collectors because of their unique combinations of stitch and color. From Monet’s Sailboats to a distinctive interpretation of Hundertwasser’s masterpiece, Hommage au Tachisme, each sweater tells a story. The latest addition to St. Croix art collection is a beautiful piece inspired by Paul Klee's 1914 watercolor Color Shapes.
Let your apparel reveal your appreciation for the vibrant complexity of art masterpieces. Inspired by Paul Klee’s 1914 watercolor, Color Shapes, this luxurious sweater reflects the artist’s depth and appreciation for harmonies in the realm of color. You may simply appreciate the unique artistry of a fine, American-made sweater.
Our Legacy Sweaters
The Windmill at Amsterdam depicts the old Zaandam mill that sat along the Canal in Amsterdam. The mill was used for extracting yellow, red and blue dyes from coloured woods, with the development of chemical dyes. Claude Monet's vibrant use of colours in the work would seem to reference the dyes from the historic use of the building, the colours appearing to seep out into the canal.
This jacquard knit pullover by St. Croix Collections was inspired by one of Monet’s clear color and crystal sky series, and is designed to evoke a new perspective on men’s luxury fashions.
As one looks closer at the surrealist interpretation of realistic elements,
one sees the focus shift to multiple images. Swans mirrored as elephants creates a combination displaying Salvador Dali’s passion for the unexpected.
This distinctive jacquard and intarsia knit pullover by St. Croix Collections was inspired by one of this Spanish artist’s masterpieces, and is designed to evoke a new perspective on men’s luxury fashions.
Merely two years before the Impressionist movement began, Claude Monet painted his scene in natural outdoor light. With the advent of portable easels and paints, he embraced the opportunity and challenge to capture ever-changing characteristics of light at his beloved seaside.
This jacquard and intarsia knit pullover by St. Croix Collections was inspired by one of Monet’s favored light and water series, and is designed to evoke a new perspective on men’s luxury fashions.