Kent and Curwen
“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
In 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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