Tommy Hilfiger's signature stripes were seen on every look for SS13. Some were simple and worked as a wonderful accent, like on a white motorcycle jacket worn by Matthias Lauridsen. Others, however, were garish and were reminiscent of bad 90s fashion. The house's head menswear designer, Simon Spurr, who left his eponymous line a few months ago, had his fingerprints all over this collection, from the tailoring, which was borrowed from Savile Row, to subtle horizontal lines that highlighted some of the looks, a favorite of the British-born designer. In all, the collection was another wearable one from the famed Seventh Avenue designer.