“I don’t approach knit as a knitwear designer; I’m investigating and designing from other areas, and today we can use revolutionary techniques as well as ancient ones.” That said, Massimo Nicosia returned to 3D print, as in previous seasons, mixing it this time with cashmere, reworking a tapestry found in Edinburgh into a camouflage pattern, teaming knit with leather and fur, in argyle motifs. All this fine craftsmanship was paired with a comfortable, relaxed style made up of chunky high neck sweaters, layering of cardigans over blazers and knits, extra-long sleeves, long cosy scarves – all worn with slim trousers with the crease resting on combat boots and sensible rainproof shoes. The colours were mainly dark, here and there illuminated by white or pale grey, perfectly in tune with the gloomy winter chill in Scotland.