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    Rhinestone striped sweater
    $505.00
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    Striped woolen hoodie
    $470.00
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    Turtleneck woolen sweater
    $455.00
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    Striped turtleneck sweater in wool and lurex
    $395.00
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    Knitted velvet and lace sweater
    $540.00
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    Striped knitted sweater with stand-up collar
    $540.00
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    Long-sleeved sweater in merino and silk
    2 colors
    $515.00
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    Long-sleeved sweater in merino and silk
    2 colors
    $515.00
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    Striped wool turtleneck sweater
    $370.00
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    Striped knit sweater
    $355.00
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    Short-sleeved striped sweater
    3 colors
    $385.00
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    Striped long-sleeved round-neck sweater
    2 colors
    $385.00
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    Ribbed knit sweater
    $725.00
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    Round-neck knitted top
    $885.00
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    Heart charm crew-neck sweater
    3 colors
    $205.00
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    Heart charm crew-neck sweater
    3 colors
    $205.00
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    Knitting Contest crew-neck sweater
    3 colors
    $385.00
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    Knitting Contest crew-neck sweater
    3 colors
    $385.00

Knitted sweaters for women: the Rykiel signature

Drawing inspiration from each collection, Sonia Rykiel knitted sweaters for women re...visit the House's heritage. Plain or patterned, they offer style, comfort and softness. Crafted from high-quality materials, they enhance every silhouette and are made to last.

Discover also our striped sweaters for women. Inspired by the iconic Poor Boy Sweater first worn by singer Françoise Hardy on the cover of Elle magazine in 1963, the Sonia Rykiel knitted sweater is revisited in this season's colors. Symbols of freedom, elegance and audacity, Sonia Rykiel's striped knit sweaters gave birth, a few years later, to "demode": a feminist gesture that invited women to express themselves through their wardrobe. Renowned for her non-conformist style, the "Queen of Knitwear" declared that clothes should adapt to women's bodies, not the other way around: her women's knitted sweaters marked the beginning of a revolutionary movement that overturned fashion codesread more.