Feb 23, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
SAVILE ROW SCI-FI
New York: British-born Simon Spurr’s influence is rarely far away from the sartorial splendor of Savile Row. For F/W 11, he pushed past his comfort zone for a collection rich in tailoring tradition but with an added contemporary edge. A brown sharkskin suit was underpinned with a leather shirt – an example of how to move the classics forward; glazed tees, wide-striped suiting and non-traditional colors used in a Prince of Wales plaid also felt new. Quickly becoming one of New York’s most consistent collections, Spurr never takes his man to a place where statement style is at the expense of wearability or taste.
Color: Grey / Brown / Navy / Mustard yellow
Key Items: Bulky cable knit turtleneck sweater / Glazed T-shirt / Three-piece suits / Two-button, side-vented jacket / Leather woven shirt / Regimental striped suit / Melange hoodie / Cut-away jacket / Pull-over outerwear / Spread collar shirt / Tailored vest / Henley shirt
Materials: Sharkskin wool / Leather / Wool flannel / Glazed jersey
Details + Trim: Peak lapels / Creased pants / Self-belts / Pointed hoods / Brass ball buttons / Fur trim / Utility pockets / Snaps
Accessories + Footwear: “Hoodarf” (hood-scarf hybrid) / Long knit gloves / Thick-soled lace-up boots / Neckwear made from suiting fabrics
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