It must be a tough decision for any actor when the star of the movie is hailed as a … jumper. But that's what happened to Chris Evans, whose knitting Aran colored in the Knives Out murder mystery a) completely broke the internet b) made people rethink their life choices based on their desire to get acquainted with a piece of clothing. Or as a writer Ira Madison III put it: "I just bought Knives Out's Chris Evans sweater and can't wait to fuck it."
Enough. Even the film's official marketing agreed: in an official video statement, "the movie everyone is talking about" has been changed to "the sweater everyone is talking about." (Evans himself has movingly admitted that cut what I am now referring to as Charlie bit the Woolen Finger off the set, probably to fire him if he elbowed him on the way and was scheduled for a new Captain America franchise).
"The sweater everyone is talking about": Evans in Knives Out. Photo: Claire Folger / AP
The Knives Out jumper is part of a new trend for The Statement Utility jumper. Recently we also saw the ribbed and tight jumper on the Out of time die poster, where James Bond looks like he's # chattering about his pectorals, but also displaying a nervous, apocalypse-ready vibe (after all, very much War Core). And Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, in The Lighthouse, carefree out of control with ribbed turtlenecks. These jumpers feel imbued with a pre-worn history and a heavy attitude. The Knives Out Costume Designer Jenny Eagan said: "Not sure if it's the sweater or who's wearing the sweater."
Willem Dafoe, left, and Robert Pattinson in their large mesh. Photography: A24 Films / AP
The Statement Utility Jumper is all very "Big Knit Energy" (Hi, Sarah Lund) and the exact opposite of The Christmas Jumper which, on the other hand, has all the dark energy and presence of the Crazy Frog cover. Last christmas. At an interesting time, the Christmas jumper was officially canceled last week when charity Hubbub said they were bad for the environment. An early Christmas gift for those who felt the tremendous horror at the thought of wearing the Hotline Bling sweater at next week's Christmas party.
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