The gentlemen at Spurr invited me (and you by proxy) over to the showroom to get a little advance look at the new AW10 Spurr collection. Simon took some time out of a busy Friday preparing for the brand’s first full-scale fashion show (which will take place on February 14th) to personally walk me through the collection. (That was nice of him.) At the fashion show, the company will present two different collections (also a first for the brand), the contemporary Spurr range (which is shown in the photos below), as well as the new higher-end Simon Spurr line.
Everything from both collections is made in either the U.S., France and Italy, but they differ in terms of price, materials and in some ways, construction. That’s not to say the less expensive (but still pricey) Spurr collection is going to be low end, because it is not. But to me the clothes are worth it. The Spurr range is more denim focused (with a variety of new wash options) and slightly more casual than the elevated Simon Spurr line. But Spurr is still made from very nice fabrics, coupled with solid construction, just not as extravagant as the Simon Spurr collection. And, as you will see at the fashion show on the 14th, the two collections go together well.