Oliver is an adaptable sweater designed for small children that can be made in various medium weight knits. With its round neckline and full length lantern sleeves, this piece adds drama when worn under crisp collars or over jeans or chinos for a relaxed look. Constructed of soft organic cotton.
Early Life and Education
Oliver was 16 and a junior when he stood on the sidelines of Maryland’s state championship cross country race wearing khakis instead of his track singlet. This choice had good reason; Shabbat, which lasts from sundown Friday until nightfall Saturday, was quickly approaching.
Teenagers generally view Shabbat as an occasion for relaxation and social gathering with family and friends, but for some Judaic followers such as Oliver it takes on greater significance as part of religious practice. Oliver was encouraged by his parents to observe Shabbat more strictly than his peers.
He has performed in various comedy shows, such as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and New York Comedy Club. Furthermore, he has written for various television series and films; additionally he has made guest appearances on popular programs like Jimmy Fallon’s late night talk show The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Emre graduated with a Bachelor’s of Industrial Engineering from University of Miami before moving to NYC where he worked at a logistics and storage startup company. Now living in Aspen, Emre utilizes his experience in business development, marketplace operations and location acquisition for Oliver Smith. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family and skiing the mountains; furthermore he’s an avid supporter of Liverpool FC and New York Mets!
Achievement and Honors
Oliver is widely acknowledged as an American design pioneer. His eclectic path has brought him success through combining rigorous handmade techniques with innovative materials into an original language of his own creation. His pieces can be found throughout Manhattan at popular bars and restaurants such as Donna, Paulie Gee’s, and The Spaniard – among many others.
John has also been honored as a guest of honor at Wanted Design fair in Chelsea and founded Home Studio, a New York interior design firm which specializes in creating distinctive spaces for both residential and commercial clients.
Helmut Lang has recently collaborated with Diesel Fashion House on an aesthetic wake-up call line, subtly holding onto Helmut Lang’s traditional essence but offering bold political commentary. In 1973, the South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce bestowed him with their Oliver and Osoyoos Achievement Award – an annual tradition which still makes his heart warm!
Oliver sweater is a relaxed silhouette designed in medium-weight knit fabrics such as French terry, sweatshirt fleece and ponte. Most fabrics used to craft Oliver sweater come from vintage or reclaimed textiles for added character and history in each piece. Additionally, their age lends them a lived-in quality.
Oliver sweater is an avid outdoorsman and passionate dog owner. An advocate of animal rights, he has adopted several rescue animals himself as well as being committed to sustainability efforts.
No matter the occasion – from making important life decisions to powering through zoom calls or running up mountains – this versatile half zip sweater can help blur the boundaries between work and leisure. Crafted in Brooklyn on 3D-knitting machines that seamlessly “print” each sweater for faster and reduced waste production.
Oliver is an established TikTok star and social media influencer who rose to prominence for his astounding lip-sync videos on popular pop songs, which can also be found on YouTube. Oliver also operates his own clothing line called Moy Army which offers products like T-shirts, Hoodies, Masks Trousers Caps Blankets Phone Cases Stickers etc.
Rottendorf, Germany is home to s.Oliver’s company headquarters. The brand can be found worldwide in over 1,991 stores with retail sales totaling close to one billion euros; making s.Oliver the leading German fashion retailer and one of Europe’s major players. There are 12 licensed lines under their wing – such as popular label comma! Additionally, production facilities exist in China along with logistics centers for further international growth.