By  on March 21, 2017
Thom Browne

Sixteen years after introducing his truncated suit with the high-water pants, Thom Browne is still raising eyebrows.

For his fall show in Paris in January, the designer sent out a snail-like procession of male models, first in onesie suits made of Harris Tweed — their differing styles delineating only by tiny pom-poms that marked out lapels, zippers, pockets and buttons. All the models wore Harris Tweed caps, while some had shirt sleeves that dragged to the floor. Then came the same models in oversize pattern pieces. They came out a third time in reconstructed coats and suits.

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