SCOTLAND: Pringle Heads For The Catwalk
Luxury Scottish knitwear and cashmere firm, Pringle, is heading for the catwalk and shedding its old-fashioned golfing image. The famous name, renowned for its diamond and lion motif, is making a beeline for the high street in a move which could see more jobs created at its Hawick plant. The top brand, bought by Hong-Kong-based Fang & Sons in March last year, is repositioning itself as a fashion company. And it is firming up plans for a flagship store in London's Mayfair as well as two others, including one in Scotland.
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