This Local Lookbook Adds Up To Our Dream Sweater Drawer

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    Regardless of the season, any good S.F.'er knows that possessing a solid arsenal of sweaters and coverups is essential in this foggy town. And no one understands this better than Bay-based design duo Micaela Greg, the standard-bearer, when it comes to spinning out inventive knitwear that perpetually has us wagging our tongues.

    Naturally, the brand-new fall '12 offerings are no exception. The line's designer Marie Potesta explained that she and her sister/partner Karen looked to "iconic images of art deco skylines and drew upon ideas of a gleaming metropolis on the horizon and a retro-future era" in order to create the graphic and cool collection seen after the jump.

    Ready yourself for a barrage of chevron prints and deconstructed architectural geometry, all in cozy shapes. And be sure to check out the racks of S.F. shops Steven Alan, Conifer, Eden and Eden, the General Store, and Oakland's Hawthorn Boutique to see the goods in person come late summer.

    Photo: Courtesy of Rus Anson/Micaela Greg

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