In this exuberant and sleek collection, designer Simon Spurr melded military details, graphic prints and sporty elements into sharp, modern silhouettes. Some of the looks had a bold, Eighties feel, such as one suit done in an iridescent pinstripe fabric, or a biker jacket in mustard alligator, worn with skinny white jeans.

Spurr also played with mess jackets and drummer jackets: One maroon blouson had gold braiding on the chest, while its striped arms recalled cricket blazers, a nod to the label’s heritage. One black mess jacket was worn with pants done in a khaki and black splinter print. While the collection wasn’t for the retiring type, it made a strong statement.

In this exuberant and sleek collection, designer Simon Spurr melded military details, graphic prints and sporty elements into sharp, modern silhouettes. Some of the looks had a bold, Eighties feel, such as one suit done in an iridescent pinstripe fabric, or a biker jacket in mustard alligator, worn with skinny white jeans.

Spurr also played with mess jackets and drummer jackets: One maroon blouson had gold braiding on the chest, while its striped arms recalled cricket blazers, a nod to the label's heritage. One black mess jacket was worn with pants done in a khaki and black splinter print. While the collection wasn’t for the retiring type, it made a strong statement.

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