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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 30, 2018.
what's he saying?
i see a beautiful jacket...fifth
This show was a pure fashion trip and I loved it! The set, the clothes, the rich details and fabrics, the masks, the accessories (oh the shoes looove). Everything was perfect, a feast for my eyes. I had the same feeling as when I used to look at Dior by Galliano. I love Thom Browne
I’m biais when it comes to Thom!
I just love him and his work...Even more since i’ve bought two pieces ( a jacket and a cachemire sweater). The quality is insane and the cut has a inexplicable quirk!
As always, it’s OTT, slightly ridiculous but you know it’s not a joke when you can see the quality through the screen!
Everything is sharply executed!
His core menswear is amazing. Fresh, sharp, daring. (LeBron James wearing Thom Browne suits is probably the underrated fashion moment of the decade).
Anything else that comes from his brand is idiotic to me, this show being no exception
Thom Browne is one of the truly talented provocateurs in today's sad state of fashion. He doesn't disrupt for the sake of shock value, because the guy knows how to, first and foremost, design. It amazes me that after years of subverting codes of old-money prep (gingham, seersucker, Ivy League-inspired blazers and ties), every season he still manages to come up with invigoratingly new ideas. This one is no exception. I hope someday, an inspired filmmaker would literally turn his collections into a work of cinema. Something like a surreal, Lynchian movie set in an Ivy League school or elite, Upper East Side community.
His menswear is exceptional and amazing, in a sea of banality.
That's where his true passion and creativity shine brightest.
I like Thom Browne.
He always delivers . Such a gorgeous collection.
( for me second placein the whole Fashion month, after Michele's Gucci )
Brilliant, I always am excited to see his clothes.