Simon Spurr Goes Graphic For Spring

Designer Simon Spurr continued to focus on tailored suits and cool leather jackets and trenches this season that fans like Ed Westwick and Carmelo Anthony (both sitting front row) are sure to scoop up.

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A look from Simon Spurr's Spring 2012 collection.
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Designer Simon Spurr continued to focus on pitch perfect tailored suits and cool leather jackets and trenches this season that fans like Ed Westwick and Carmelo Anthony (both sitting front row) are sure to scoop up.
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Spurr told us that he is focusing on growing his sportswear business with this collection, evident in pieces like this tan military hooded parka with a laminated back pocket.
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Graphic pieces in the collection like this gray fine gauge crew neck sweater were inspired by the British Naval "Dazzle" scheme used to camouflage ships during World War I.
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Spurr's English heritage was particularly evident in the standout trench coats in the collection like this navy twill trench with black cotton biker sleeves.
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Perfectly-cut suits like this gray suit with a laminated notch lapel have made Spurr a young Hollywood favorite.
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Knits in the collection were standouts including this white fine gauge sweater with a midnight graphic line pattern.
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Spurr always manages to strike a balance between wearability and boundary pushing -- particularly evident with this black and gray dazzle ship stripe suit with notch lapels.
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Classics with a twist like this tan trench with brown leather biker sleeves have made Spurr a bestseller at retailers like Bergdorf Goodman and Mr. Porter.
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Spurr started his collection with jeans, and he continues to offer a range season after season.
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Spurr made a nod to Savile Row with this red and white stripe shirt with white collar and fused armbands.
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Another inspiration for Spurr this season is English estate dressing. Military green two-tone riding pants hit that note perfectly.
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A standout in the collection was this black and white dazzle print marksman jacket.
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