LONDON — A clutch of British and American artists have pulled out their sketchbooks — and balls of yarn — in a bid to revisit two fashion staples: the twinset and the argyle knit.
Pringle and London’s Serpentine Gallery are marking their respective 195th and 40th anniversaries with a collaboration aimed at producing a collection of limited edition knits by figures including actress Tilda Swinton, Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright and the Scottish writer and artist Alasdair Gray.
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