story by Michael Fragoso
photos by Martin Bielecki
Saville Row is in full swing with slim fitting trousers, big, logo filled bags, and a double-breasted aesthetic of the all together urban and tailored Simon Spurr Fall 2010 collection.
This was his first runway show, but besides forgetting to take the plastic tarp off the runway, Spurr brought the goods with expertly tailored clothes and a mod mood, blue trousers, black and white pinstripes suits, and with looks ranging from the more reserved to a bring salmon pink casual suit. Is the London meets New York aesthetic a breath of fresh air to the menswear scene here in New York?