Head of design Massimo Nicosia mixed knits with wovens for this elegant Pringle of Scotland collection that was partly inspired by the natural world — and full of texture. Printed tops took their cue from Victorian-era découpage techniques with cutout fabric flowers bonded to their surface. A honeycomblike material resembling a knit worked its way onto dresses and A-line skirts, while a floral design was knit as a detail onto the front of a silk dress. Outerwear, too, was inspired by nature as in a double crepe coat the color of a peppermint leaf.

Head of design Massimo Nicosia mixed knits with wovens for this elegant Pringle of Scotland collection that was partly inspired by the natural world — and full of texture. Printed tops took their cue from Victorian-era découpage techniques with cutout fabric flowers bonded to their surface. A honeycomblike material resembling a knit worked its way onto dresses and A-line skirts, while a floral design was knit as a detail onto the front of a silk dress. Outerwear, too, was inspired by nature as in a double crepe coat the color of a peppermint leaf.

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