Runway Report: Pringle of Scotland Fall 2015

The Serpentine Sacker Gallery provided the perfect backdrop to creative director Massimo Nicosia’s latest offering for Pringle. The collection had a definite air of artistry, demonstrated by the mix of intricate textures, long, lean shapes and a subtly monochrome palette.

This wasn’t a collection about showing off, rather, solidifying Pringle’s position as a sophisticated heritage brand where one can rely on luxurious knits and textiles, and some very, very clever techniques. Layering was key here – burnout velvet or raised boucle appeared alongside sheets of tonal embellishment, whist cable knits formed anything from under-layers to standalone pieces including a sleeveless, long-line camel cardigan.

The styling added to the appeal, with block colour ensembles ensuring the show felt crisp and clean throughout. The mix and match of textures was nice, as was the touch of flirty fringe used at hems or on floor-length skinny scarves, nonchalantly topping off the look.

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