Debuting the Spring/Summer 16 collection for Pringle of Scotland at London Fashion Week, head designer Massimo Nicosia found inspiration in knitting, as well as in the works of visual artist, Louise Bourgeois.
Focusing heavily on long, lean and layered silhouettes, a knitted collection took to the runway in sugary shades of lemon, sky blue and rust. Carrying on trends seen at New York Fashion Week, stand out styles included dresses with peek-a-boo shoulder cutouts that were finished with a handkerchief hem.
Using crochet and other classic techniques, knitted fabric ribbons and leather strings, woven together, gave the collection an airy feel that felt just right for spring. Even lemon coloured silks were under the influence of a slinky woven look and feel, cut in a way to mimic the look of a knit.
The knitted inspiration didn't stop at the clothing either, models carried handbags that were made from shoelace-like strips in a bohemian satchel style.
Discover the collection in full via our gallery below...