For pre-fall, Pringle of Scotland’s design director, Alistair Carr, riffed on motifs from the house’s history while still giving the looks a modern twist. His take on the famed twinset, for instance, was a wine-colored cardigan that fastens diagonally across the body, with diamanté buttons designed to resemble one Carr discovered in Pringle’s archives. Elsewhere, the firm’s Fair Isle knit technique was used to create graphic patterns on a chunky wool sweater. Pops of color came on green-and-orange-graffiti-printed pants and dresses, the image taken from photos Carr snapped of the street art during a visit to Paris. For men, there were chunky knits, silk polo shirts and coats in herringbone wool.

For pre-fall, Pringle of Scotland’s design director, Alistair Carr, riffed on motifs from the house’s history while still giving the looks a modern twist. His take on the famed twinset, for instance, was a wine-colored cardigan that fastens diagonally across the body, with diamanté buttons designed to resemble one Carr discovered in Pringle’s archives. Elsewhere, the firm’s Fair Isle knit technique was used to create graphic patterns on a chunky wool sweater. Pops of color came on green-and-orange-graffiti-printed pants and dresses, the image taken from photos Carr snapped of the street art during a visit to Paris. For men, there were chunky knits, silk polo shirts and coats in herringbone wool.

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