Savile Row has long served as a key guiding force for Simon Spurr, but the British designer stepped out of his comfort zone for fall. That’s not to say that he forsook his signature tailoring skills. Sticking largely to a gray and black palette, Spurr offered a flannel morning suit with slim jeans and a cummerbund, a hooded leather popover jacket and a cropped belted tunic, which, when styled with knitted knight hoods, gave the collection a refreshing Seventies vibe. That said, coated metallic T-shirts and feathers peeking out from under a blazer were inconsistent with Spurr’s distinct “Return of the Jedi” feel.

Savile Row has long served as a key guiding force for Simon Spurr, but the British designer stepped out of his comfort zone for fall. That's not to say that he forsook his signature tailoring skills. Sticking largely to a gray and black palette, Spurr offered a flannel morning suit with slim jeans and a cummerbund, a hooded leather popover jacket and a cropped belted tunic, which, when styled with knitted knight hoods, gave the collection a refreshing Seventies vibe. That said, coated metallic T-shirts and feathers peeking out from under a blazer were inconsistent with Spurr’s distinct "Return of the Jedi" feel.

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