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On our minds is Pringle of Scotland’s recent knitwear exhibition in London.

On our minds is Pringle of Scotland’s recent knitwear exhibition in London. Tracing the heritage brand’s history from 1815 to 2015, ”Fully Fashioned” is following Pringle’s evolution from a small hosiery firm to an international fashion house. The showcase evaluates knitwear from its initial use for basic underwear through to its extended use for outerwear and women’s sportswear at the time when women were given access to sports clubs. We love the sound of this exhibit giving a historical context to knitwear juxtaposed with society and proving how fashion is and always has largely reflected aspirations of the time. More here. /Ada Källgren

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