Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
New York: British-born Simon Spurr caters to the contemporary dandy — banker by day, playboy by night. His sartorial roots are evident in exquisite three-piece suits, allover checks and exaggerated plaids. With a nod to his daring customers, upbeat pops of pink and cherry standout on laundered leather jackets, tissue-weight T-shirts and chinos. A cropped denim pea coat pairs with slim black jeans and a V-neck tee, taking the item away from its expected and somewhat clichéd nautical references that so many other designers have relied upon this season. Natty hats, infinity scarves and suede Oxfords complete a look that’s historically dapper yet optimistically future-bent.
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