Pringle Apparel x Pringle of Scotland = Quintessential British attire
Pringle of Scotland’s Spring/Summer 2006 collection.
Henley Royal Regatta meets Hitchcock; Pringle’s summer look is seriously stylish. Dapper silhouettes are enriched with dramatic form using stripes and geometric patterning. Quintessential British attire is given a modern twist in pursuit of summer…
Crisp striped boating blazers and cashmere silk cricket jumpers in pointelle knit, slung around shoulders and tied around waists. Geometric prints are worked into lightweight jacquard knitted poloâ€™s in bright tones of azure blue, menthe green, sun bleached yellow and truffle brown. Luxurious hand intarsia cashmere knits feature silhouettes of skylines in hues of mustard, dirty lemon and tiramisu, and a stark black outline of a flock of birds on white. The nappa leather baseball jacket, Mac and Harrington jacket each have quirky twists and subtle detail.
In collaboration with Locharron, the famous Scottish manufacturer of fine cloth, Pringle has created a lightweight cotton and wool blend summer Tartan, blended with hooded single breasted jackets as well as modern slim cut trousers.
Colours, patterns and textures are strong and luxurious. Ultra fine cashmere jersey T-shirts and hooded zip up jackets are available in a huge array of intense colour ways. The new season multicolour argyle is fresh and vital, ideal attire for balmy summer days.