The big 200
Celebrating 200 years, Pringle of Scotland’s SS16 menswear collection created a real buzz. A pioneer for luxury knitwear since 1815, the technical thought and ability behind the brand was apparent in soft tailoring, stitched and embossed crew neck sweaters with leather quilted detail and a focused, relaxed silhouette. The iconic argyle pattern was strong in a combination of grey, navy and cyan colour blocks. A palette not completely taken from an inkjet printer, sepia toned decals on lightweight cashmere made subtle sketch prints bolder when teamed with steel grey and burgundy belted trench coats. Sport-inspired bomber jackets were slightly embellished with colourful floral motifs, as both tapered and wide-legged trousers were paired with loafers and modern Roman leather sandals. The 3D revolution of their FW15 collection was more subdued this season, patterns either taking a backseat or brought to the fore with technical intricacies. The quintessential British artistry that constitutes Pringle of Scotland’s lifeblood was perfectly illustrated by Michael Clark Company, as a troupe of dancers displayed the fluidity of movement before the show, and creative director Massimo Nicosia’s designs resulted in clothing both authentic and innovative. Premium duality.
GALLERYCatwalk looks from this show