Fall Heritage Collection
Rebellion and prep. Originally borrowed from Scottish clans of the 16th century, the plaid print has had an electric and provocative past. Vivienne Westwood popularized anarchist-inspired plaid on the coattails of the punk revolution in the 1970s. The 1980s launched its era of prep, thanks to style icons like Princess Diana - but the 1990s saw plaid as the unofficial fashion symbol of the grunge movement. The one mainstay - everyone brings out their plaid as soon as the leaves start changing colors.