Pringle of Scotland creative director Massimo Nicosia is passionate about experimenting with knitwear and pushing its boundaries. “I love playing with opposites,” he said at his presentation. “This is all about mixing activewear with old-school tailoring and haute couture.”

Some of his more progressive techniques included a macramé argyle pattern that appeared on T-shirts and slim skirts, as well as a sweatshirt finely woven from millinery netting to render it almost invisible.

Pringle of Scotland creative director Massimo Nicosia is passionate about experimenting with knitwear and pushing its boundaries. “I love playing with opposites,” he said at his presentation. “This is all about mixing activewear with old-school tailoring and haute couture.”

Some of his more progressive techniques included a macramé argyle pattern that appeared on T-shirts and slim skirts, as well as a sweatshirt finely woven from millinery netting to render it almost invisible.

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