Simon Spurr, a relatively young brand in the fashion world presented a collection that was unmistakably masculine, luxurious and unique.
The British designer incorporated a lot of top-line fabrics such as cashmere, wool and mohair into beautiful suiting and outerwear.
The color palette sustained a clearly cold temperament, focusing mostly on blacks and grays. Having said that, there was a hard edge to the whole collection, a masculine sort of elegance that showcased the modern man, elegant yet full of virility. Who knew that the incorporation of snoods, oversized scarves and fingerless gloves could work so well with a dressier ensemble?