‘A Room with a View’, the James Ivory film adapted from E.M. Forster’s eponymous novel, inspired Massimo Nicosia’s new collection for Pringle of Scotland in a way that brought together the early 20th century, 1907 being the year the film was set, and 1980 in a reference to the sharp graphics characteristic of English magazines such as The Face and i-D. The result was a mix of Edwardian dandyism and bright colour contrasts, seen for example on the stripes decorating the collars, pockets and fronts of blazers and knits. Jeans were embroidered with gladioli, but knitwear was the real star here, proposed in cotton and silk blends or so light as to appear seamless and more similar to a t-shirt.