With its rugged landscapes, soot-stained castles, bracing weather and slanting winter light, Scotland cannot fail to make a big impression.
Consider the effect it had on Gabrielle Chanel. Thanks to her love affair with the Duke of Westminster, whom she met in 1923, the designer took up such outdoor pursuits as fishing, hunting and long walks across the moors, adopting the heavy woolens and tweeds men wore and absorbing them into her singular fashion universe.
Karl Lagerfeld magnified that legacy with his imagination and Chanel’s mighty budgets and savoir faire, the latter of which this year grew to encompass two more speciality ateliers, including the Scottish cashmere expert Barrie Knitwear. For More
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