Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
The loose and languid mood behind Spurr’s S/S 10 collection would be right at home in an early 70s Saint-Tropez. The double-breasted blazers and three-piece suits suggested the glamour of a Helmut Newton photo, while white jeans worn with espadrilles, chambray shirts and suede military jackets made for a marriage of luxe and utility. Gauzy v-neck tees worn under suits, rolled up pants, and flower adornments on jacket lapels completed the theme of a relaxed holiday.
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