British designer Simon Spurr has left his eponymous label six years after launching it.
Spurr founded Simon Spurr, the menswear label, with partner Judd Nydes in 2006, but left the brand on Friday (March 16). It is not known who will replace Spurr or if he has a new role to go to.
Before launching his label Spurr worked under Hedi Slimane at Yves Saint Laurent before going on to become head of menswear for ck Calvin Klein. He later joined Ralph Lauren as director of its Red and Purple labels.
Spurr is the latest in a number of high profile names to depart designer brands. Earlier this month Stefano Pilati left Yves Saint Laurent to be replaced by Hedi Slimane. In February Jil Sander creative director Raf Simons left with Jil Sander stepping back into the role.