Pringle of Scotland is a brand founded in 1815 that primarily focuses on knitwear. And in the last decade, they managed to rebrand themselves in a very contemporary way without losing their touch.
Today, the brand is looking at its own past for spring summer 2015 with the 60's and 80's being the main inspirations for the collection. The British subculture meets the ultimate British dandy in an interesting way that is quite natural.
Grey is the favourite colour of the season. Lengths also seem to be one of the focus for Pringle of Scotland as short jackets are worn over long shirts and sweaters.
Checks, the signature gingham of the Scottish house, is paid a respectful tribute. The collection is laid back, as the top button of shirts were left opened, breezy and included technological takes on knitting.
Detailing on shoes is found throughout the collection. The colour palette is diverse thanks to the colour blocking that is introduced midway in the run of the show with bespoke prints. Checks are kept in check as Massimo Nicosia is respectful of the house aesthetics in a clever way, the Pringle of Scotland way.