Alistair Carr’s final women’s collection for Pringle of Scotland was packed with desert-inspired pastels and easy shapes. The designer imagined Palm Springs and the women artists who spend their days painting the light-filled landscape. Pearlized patent leather jackets and skirts and cotton knits came in dusty pink and faded violet. Brush stroke prints on shirtdresses and tops offered a soft counterpoint to the strict, Courreges-like motif delivered in cotton elastane jacquard dresses, jaunty circle skirts and knits with sharp cut-outs in the brand’s classic argyle shape.

Alistair Carr’s final women’s collection for Pringle of Scotland was packed with desert-inspired pastels and easy shapes. The designer imagined Palm Springs and the women artists who spend their days painting the light-filled landscape. Pearlized patent leather jackets and skirts and cotton knits came in dusty pink and faded violet. Brush stroke prints on shirtdresses and tops offered a soft counterpoint to the strict, Courreges-like motif delivered in cotton elastane jacquard dresses, jaunty circle skirts and knits with sharp cut-outs in the brand’s classic argyle shape.

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