Spring/Summer 2016 Collections - New York Fashion Week Videos

Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2016 Video - New York

Attending a Thom Browne presentation is like walking into a coveted live exhibition. Imagination and creativity are at play as you enter Browne’s undisputed vision, witnessing his showmanship through conceptual sets and designs. This season, the master tailor looked to the east for inspiration, dissecting the wardrobes of Japanese schoolgirls where the classic school uniform is the norm. Models in towering, vertical braids slowly marched around the skeletal shell of a frontier schoolhouse. Although each look consisting of suit jackets, pleated skirts, crisp collared tops and ties stayed constant, it was the mesmerizing variations of iconography on the clothes that added depth to the iconic uniform. Geisha and koi fish silhouettes were embroidered and patch worked over multilayered suiting to create an Ukiyo-e style impression on each look. The most captivating of the night was a cape trimmed with gray and olive mink with red leaf detailing on the pockets, layered over a matching pastel gingham suit that replicated the same design underneath. Each moment during Thom Browne’s Spring 2016 collection felt methodically engineered, with no detail left out of place, and every look a vision for the eyes.

 

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