The clothing line you need to know right now: Nanushka

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The clothing line you need to know right now: Nanushka

This soft, wool knit sweater is pretty much all you need to make a statement this fall. Pair with skinny jeans and boots and you're good to go. 

Sami Knit Sweater

We promise we're not sweater-obsessed, but when it comes to Nanushka, we just might be...this loop stitch guy is the possibly the cutest, coziest one we've seen all season, and it's pretty much all we want to wear right now.

Kety Knit Sweater

If we had this pink jacket, it might never come off. The perfect mix of feminine and edgy, we don't think we've ever seen anything quite as a genius as this pink bomber. 

Celine Wool & Leather Bomber

It's all in the details with this chic, cropped wool jacket. 

Aman Wool Winter Jacket

This sweater dress contains the perfect dose of cool, complete with a high neck and tasseled detailing.

Numa Sweater Dress

It's kind of like finding your soulmate (or that perfect leather jacket) -- when you see it, you know it's right.

It doesn't happen very often, but sometimes we fall completely head over heels for a clothing line, and we fall hard.

We met Hungarian designer Sandra Sandor in the NYC showroom where her line, Nanushka, is housed, and instantly fell in love with her bohemian-inspired but completely modern take on contemporary sportswear. From cozy knit sweaters to cool, feminine-meets-edgy jackets, we were totally impressed by how everything was so wearable, but still so chic.

It doesn't hurt that Sandra is pretty awesome herself. She started the line right after graduating from the London College of Fashion, and hasn't looked back since. "I always knew I wanted to do my own thing," she told us. And believe us, we're glad she did.

Sandra's collections are usually inspired by her readings in mythology and mysticism, and her fall/winter 2013 line is no different. Inspired by Sufi mysticism, particularly The Conference of the Birds, Sandra drew inspiration from fire, sunlight, and ancient Arabic architecture.

To see for yourself how good this line is, click through the gallery to view some of our favorite pieces. Trust us, you'll see what we mean.
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