By  on April 3, 2012

NEW YORK — Executives at Simon Spurr are determined to move forward without the label’s namesake designer at the creative helm, in the wake of his surprise exit from the company last month.

“We regret Simon’s unfortunate decision to leave the company. The company plans to continue without Simon and is looking towards a bright future as its business continues to mature,” wrote co-founder Judd Nydes in an e-mail to WWD, attributing the statement to the company’s board. “We are very proud of everything that has been achieved since the startup of the company and owe our gratitude to our investors, staff and clients for the phenomenal teamwork in the buildup of the Simon Spurr and Spurr brands.”

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