Pringle of Scotland
February 28, 2009 Milan
But when Waight Keller moved away from sweater dressing and tailoring, the collection lost focus. It was hard to connect the dots between the Donegal tweeds, Prince of Wales checks, and all the charcoal cashmere that opened the show and the pheasant-feather chubby and skirt that closed it. She'd be smarter to skip the plays for editorial attention and really hone in on the luxuriously understated investment pieces that are the brand's raison d'être—one, incidentally, that's more relevant than ever in a season like this.