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Runway Rundown: Simon Spurr spring-summer 2012

September 13, 2011 |  4:36 pm

Simon Spurr Spring Summer 2012
What: Simon Spurr's spring-summer 2012 men's runway collection. 

Where: Milk Studios, New York City

Theme: "Graphic patterns in the collection have been inspired by the British Naval 'Dazzle' scheme used extensively during World War I."

What that meant: Boldly contrasting and intersecting geometric shapes and colors, some printed, others appliqued or taped. A focus on sportswear meant key pieces included cotton trench coats with leather sleeves, printed outerwear, two-toned suiting and leather-motorcycle jackets bonded with cork.

PHOTOS: Simon Spurr spring-summer 2012

Perfect for: The modern man headed for manoeuvres on the sartorial high seas.

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-- Adam Tschorn

Photos: Looks from the Simon Spurr spring-summer 2012 men's runway collection, shown at Milk Studios on Sept. 11 during New York Fashion Week. Credit: Thomas Kletecka

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