Pringle of Scotland Pre-Fall 2014 – For its pre-fall 2014 collection, Pringle of Scotland designer Massimo Nicosia looked towards the work of architects like Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Ettore Sottsass for inspiration. As a result, the transitional season found its focus in sharp lines as well as curved silhouettes. The brand’s well-known knitwear and diamond argyle pattern can be seen in sweaters and skirts. Pre-fall also showcases outerwear with sculptural coats paired with fitted trousers or mid-length skirts. The color palette is muted with pops of deep indigo, bronze and dark bottle green.
Structured Knits – Pringle of Scotland continues its tradition of elegant knitwear with its pre-fall 2013 collection. Embracing knitwear as outerwear, the Pringle woman looks for clean and structured silhouettes this transitional season. The brand’s argyle pattern is explored through a pointelle diamond knit with silk, cashmere and wool sweaters. A dusky color palette of black, navy, storm blue, dusty pink and peony offers color-blocking styles for a play on geometric shapes.
Delving into the new season with oversize pockets and straight-laced silhouettes, the spring outing from Pringle of Scotland embraces a subdued color palette. Bringing a sense of levity to an otherwise minimal presentation, models donned feathered shoes and frayed embellishments.