100% lambswool sweater featuring a banana motif. The design originally appeared in Gyles & George’s Wit Knits (1985), modeled by actor Christopher Biggins and introduced by Gyles: “Of all things bright and beautiful/Of all creatures great and small/Of all things wise and wonderful/Don’t Biggins beat ‘em all?”
100% lambswool. Handmade in Portugal. Dry clean only.
This sweater fits true-to-size.
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Size Numeric Chest Waist XS 32R 32.5 25.5 32R 34 27 S 34R 35.5 28.5 36R 37 30 M 38R 38.5 31.5 40R 40 33 L 42R 42 35 44R 44 37 XL 46R 46 39 48R 48 41 XXL 50R 50 43 52R 52 45 XXXL 54R 54 47 56R 56 49
Gyles & George is British knitwear with a sense of humour, designed to make people smile.
In the early 1980s, Gyles Brandreth and George Hostler teamed up to create a range of original jumpers featuring bright colours, droll phrases, visual puns, and trompe l’oeil images. Over the years, the pair designed hundreds of individual “wit knits" — many of which were worn by contemporary luminaries like Elton John and Diana, Princess of Wales, who popularized the now-iconic “I’m a Luxury” sweater — and produced four books featuring their charmingly cheeky and colourful patterns.
After a hiatus, the brand is now sharing its beloved retro designs with a new generation. Its 100% lambswool and cotton sweaters and accessories feature the same designs that made the original jumpers so popular; now, over 40 years later, Gyles & George’s “joyful jumpers” are still making people smile.