Pringle of Scotland S/S 2010 Film by Ryan McGinley. Pringle of Scotland have taken the bold move forward to present the Spring Summer collection in the form of a film, created by art photographer Ryan McGinley and starring the Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton.
Pringle of Scotland
Pringle of Scotland is taking an artistic turn this spring. The label is set to partner with London’s Serpentine Gallery to commission a group of artists to create works inspired by Pringle’s heritage — taking items such as Pringle’s twin sets or its argyle pattern as a starting point — to celebrate the label’s 195th anniversary. Mary-Adair Macaire, Pringle’s chief executive officer, will together with Julia Peyton-Jones, director of the Serpentine, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, co-director of the gallery, reveal which artists the label will collaborate with on Jan. 14. The project, called 195 Collaborations, will have the artists each produce 195 editions of the new works they create for Pringle. The works will launch during February’s London Fashion Week, and a series of events and retail projects are also planned for the project’s launch.
This month sees Pringle of Scotland’s participation in an exciting project implemented by interview mag. Pringle of Scotland will contribute a series of limited edition David Shrigley T-Shirts to Interview’s Anniversary collection which will be sold in a luxury vending machine at the Mondrian Hotle in Miami Beach.
Pringle of Scotland is raising its profile with a return to the Milan men’s runways in January and a pair of retail collaborations centered on the twinset.
Pringle Of Scotland Is One Of The Oldest Names In The Scottish Borders, The Birthplace Of The British Knitwear Industry. Founded In 1815 By Robert Pringle, The Company Began As A Manufacturer Of Hosiery And Underwear. It Became One Of The First Luxury Knitwear Manufacturers In The Wor