Aug 03, 2019 | By Sidney Morgan-Petro
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London: When examining Pringle of Scotland’s Pre-Fall 2012 collection, it comes as no surprise their designer spent time working for Balenciaga. Alistair Carr’s work is technically masterful, incorporating many unexpected elements for a sporty line such as Pringle, updating their classic basics with twisted seams and tubular, beaded patterns. Despite Pre-Fall’s foundation of athletic-inspired outerwear and wearable separates, it is clear that experimental luxury were keywords for the season, manifested in the form of pony-hair bomber jackets and dimensional knits. A grounded, traditional palette of deep oxblood and evergreen was also shaken up, infused with targeted, modern splashes of vibrant poppy red and ending with a wildcard graffiti print. Layered, textural and innovative, Pringle of Scotland is quickly exceeding expectations. —Nina Stotler
Silhouette: Voluminous / Cocoon / Slim / Tailored
Color: Black / Oxblood / Poppy red / Beige / Grey / Teal / Sage / Cobalt / Stone / Pumpkin / White / Evergreen
Key Items: Anoraks / Cardigan twinsets / Slim trousers / Leather bomber jackets / Tailored jackets / Small collar button blouses / Turtlenecks / Straight, knee-length skirts / Wool overcoats
Materials: Leather / Pony hair / Dimensional knits / Fur / Silk / Canvas / Wool / Cashmere
Print + Pattern: Geometrics / Graffiti prints / Stripes / Argyle
Details + Trim: Tubular beading / Fur trim / Satin accents / Crystal buttons / Honeycomb textures / Layering / Mesh cutouts
Accessories + Footwear: Pony-hair belts / Suede gloves / Winged, convertible booties / Silver rings
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