When Harry Styles prepared for his performance on NBC's Today back in February, he wore a multicolor patchwork crochet cardigan from JW Anderson (originally $1,890), not at all unlike Dua Lipa's loungewear shorts of choice. Are you sensing a groovy, '70s-inspired trend?
Eagle-eyed fans were perhaps more into Harry's chill dress-rehearsal look than the peach blazer and polka-dot tie he performed in. Harry styled the Spring/Summer 2020 runway item with Gucci jeans, a graphic tee, a pearl necklace, and his signature fistful of chunky rings. He looked great, that's for sure. So we don't blame TikTok users for trying to re-create the fashion moment as a stay-home activity these past few months.
Now, JW Anderson is releasing the pattern to the public — a little DIY made easy . . . or easier. "I am so impressed and incredibly humbled by this trend and everyone knitting the cardigan. I really wanted to show our appreciation so we are sharing the pattern with everyone. Keep it up!" Jonathan wrote on Instagram, directing followers to an email address on his website where you can write in to request a PDF of the pattern.
Scroll through to reminisce about the fashion moment du jour that TikTok-ers seem to have on their minds, then see some of our favorite remakes of the sweater thus far. Not into DIY? We rounded up some similar, more affordable versions of the sold-out colorblock cardigan so you can still get in on Harry's look.
Etsy Vintage 70s Crochet Boho Open Front Knit Cardigan Kimono ($66, originally $88)