LONDON — Pringle has torn down the hoardings on its New Bond Street store, and inside there’s a mix of knights in shining armor, Fifties debutantes and 21st-century city slickers.
The store, designed by London-based architects Wells Mackereth, is Pringle’s second new-generation flagship to be unveiled this year. The first, in Tokyo, opened in August. Housed in the former Emporio Armani space, the store covers 5,200 square feet over two floors and stocks the Scottish knitwear company’s women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories.
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