Pringle of Scotland
January 22, 2006 Milan
Key flourishesfully functioning surgeon's cuffs or a lapel trim cut on the biassuggested Keller was channeling the Duke's appetite for the telling detail. It was also evident in the shirting stripe that piped a trenchcoat's interior.
The famous knitwear, no longer just a V-neck or crew, ran the gamut from a cabled sweater in ten-ply cashmere to a Henley in a featherlight 18-gauge waffle-knit. And that all-important heritage made an appearance in the form of chunky wool sweaters hand-knitted in the Scottish Borders. (Keller herself has been knitting since the age of five.)