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#MyArgyle - Kasper Kapica

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#MyArgyle - Kasper Kapica

#MyArgyle - Kasper Kapica

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The Striker Lion

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The Striker Lion

The Striker Lion

Find us a more iconic symbol of British spirit than the mighty lion. We first introduced it to our garments in 1934, and you can still spot it on our argyle and knitwear today.

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The Duke of Windsor

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The Duke of Windsor

The Duke of Windsor

The argyle was an instant hit with the Duke of Windsor, who was seen sporting it throughout the 1920s. A style leader and influencer of the time, and rebellious in his own right, it wasn’t long before the fashion crowd followed suit.

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#MyArgyle - Fran Stringer

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#MyArgyle - Fran Stringer

#MyArgyle - Fran Stringer

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Football Terrace Fashion

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Football Terrace Fashion

Football Terrace Fashion

While the footballing greats of the 80s were doing their thing on the pitch, Pringle’s argyle was making a statement off of it. Fashion united its fans, and the argyle went from being just a style statement to one of determination, defiance and re-appropriation.

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