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Editorial

Pringle of Scotland brought the Highlands to the runway. Obviously not philologically, but creative director Fran Stringer has breathed Scottish air and has made a chic yet sporty with it. The clothes were all about protection from the Scottish rain, wind and cold, but did not sacrifice elegance for practicality and comfort. The dresses were soft tunics that enveloped the body. You could feel the warmth of the wool in the white knitted wool coats and the grey and ash knitwear worn like an embrace. Aside from black and white, there was also ochre, yellow and a hint of blue. The rain jackets and cloaks were solid colour, waterproof or in a mix of patterns. The brand’s famous argyle was the real connection between tradition and today: here it came in the form of colourful patchwork.