Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
New York: Simon Spurr always has some of the best tailoring on the New York runways. For F/W 10, his inspiration was Mick Jagger in the early days, as well as a luxurious juxtaposition of classic French and British influences. The cropped tailored jacket continued to look youthful and dapper at once, especially in a double-breasted silhouette, while traditional patterns like red and navy awning stripes and checks in a grey-scale palette were slightly over-scaled and brightened to look new. The scarf-and-sweater twinsets in a melange knit provided the perfect dose of Parisian cool and trilby hats, faded jeans and boots made for an intriguing contrast to all the tailored elements.
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