2016 Men's Spring Collections

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Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Thom Browne Men's RTW Spring 2016

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  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016
  • Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Thom Browne Men’s RTW Spring 2016

The designer showed a striking presentation titled "The Officeman."

In 2002, Thom Browne made his mark in men’s wear with his retro-Fifties shrunken tailored clothing silhouette. He celebrated those roots at the inaugural NYFW: Men’s show with a striking presentation titled “The Officeman.”

 

The installationlike mirrored box hosted 28 models dressed in his signature look of gray Chesterfield coats, shrunken blazers, cropped pants and skinny ties in a variety of traditional men’s wear staple fabrics that included windowpanes, microstripes, Prince of Wales and houndstooth.

 

“This is the celebration of the uniform,” Browne said backstage during the show. “And it speaks to the strength of American men’s tailored clothing here in New York.”

 

The installation referenced his past show at Pitti Uomo, which featured a room full of typewriters and desks, but in the New York version there was a single desk and typewriter dipped in silver. “This is a more glamorous version of that show,” Browne said.

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