Kirsten Dunst was supposed to be the next collaborator with cashmere line Lutz + Patmos, but we've gotten word of another one: Richard Meier. The famed architect will also launch a capsule collection for Lutz + Patmos this year, though his selection will be considerably smaller than Kirsten's line - just one item. It's a very underwhelming belted gray cardigan, with a deep V-neck and a charity tie - $10 from every sweater goes to Architecture for Humanity, an urban foundation that promotes better buildings for better lives (a principle that we feel also applies to fashion, but more on that thesis later). The sweaters go on sale this summer, in the U.S. and also in Paris, where they can be found at the coolest store ever, Colette. Click through if you'd like to see a very luxurious but very boring sweater designed by Mr. Meier.