A/W ’14 Preview from Kent and Curwen

Kent and Curwen

Genteel Flair

“I design for a man that has awareness of life, culture, proportion and design. A diverse man that understands quality but also has a strong idea of his own sensibility.” -Simon Spurr

kc9_gfIn his first collection as Creative Director for the heritage brand, Spurr channeled that very ethos. With an already thriving Asian market, Spurr has been integral in repositioning and relaunching K&C for European and North American audiences. They’ve already opened up shop at No. 2 Savile Row and on Madison Avenue with plans for future expansion. This upcoming release captures a new vision for the brand, featuring the signature ‘splice’ motif that can be seen throughout the product line, an homage to their classic sportswear persona. Established in 1926, Kent & Curwen is most known for their cricket jumper and this symbol ties their past success to the heart of their future endeavors.

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