Designer Simon Spurr may only be three seasons deep with his eponymous line, but the label already has a swagger that’s ages old. The bold colors (like canary yellow), sharp tailoring (fitted vests and double-breasted blazers), and subtle ’60s references for spring 2010 make for menswear with just the right amount of polish and shine. We headed to the Spurr fashion week presentation last week to get the full story on the new collection.
Spurr Spring 2010
POSTED September 21, 2009 12:23PM IN STYLE TV INTERVIEWS