>> Anyone requesting samples from Simon Spurr is out of luck — the company has stopped loaning out clothing, and halted its public relations activities, in the wake of Spurr's departure.
Sarvie Nasseri, who handles public relations for the men's clothing company, told WWD in an email that “at this time all p.r. is on hold." The hold is only temporary, but until it's lifted, Spurr won't be lending clothing to magazines or celebrities who want to wear them for red carpet appearances.
Spurr left his company last Friday – two days after being nominated for for the CFDA Award for menswear. To date, neither he nor the executives who are still at the company have commented on his departure, but it's understood that cofounder Judd Nyles wants to keep the line open without Spurr.