I found the looks from Simon Spurr‘s Fall 2011 collection to be almost entirely wearable, statement pieces that had purpose as well as a timeless longevity. The textures that Spurr reiterates throughout seasons were top notch; beautifully woven cableknits, chunky wool cuffs and headwear, and suits with a classic sheen. These pieces appeal to men of all ages who are looking for style.
Sophisticated elegance in the tailoring or the pants and jackets have the right amount of edge for an urban businessman. When the show started the palette was very limited to neutral blacks and greys, and as the show progressed he gave warmth to the collection through his burnt orange and mustards. I was captivated by the Manhattan man goes to London feel that emulated through the show. Favorite pieces: brown twead suit, leather half zip poncho, black double breasted military trench, black turtle neck cable knit look with a peacoat and combat boots.