Spring / Summer 2020
The constant quest for ‘new’ is to be questioned, pondered and justified this season
With the fashion industry’s environmental
credentials under the spotlight, it is time for us to explore the
relevance of what we consider ‘new’, so this season at Todd &
Duncan we purely focus on what we do best - Colour - Colour in
A collection of new summer melanges inspired by natural plant dyes found in the Scottish countryside, important in the past for their natural dye colouring.
A further 15 pertinent new colours contain a group inspired by the myriad of colourful trout flies fished on Lochleven.
Visual inspiration for this season’s knits has a dynamic energy from a collection of old Penguin book covers, with recognisable
font styles and jarring geometrics to develop into jacquards and intarsias.
New summer melange colours inspired by native woodland and hedgerow plants
Basic symbols of circles, triangles, squares and rectangles, creating eclectic, colourful knit patterns