Esteemed New York-based designer Thom Browne has become synonymous with sharp, contemporary tailoring and a thorough, considered use of stripe detailing throughout his collections, a fact that is still proudly upheld in Browne’s new season collection.
The first drop from the Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2015 collection melds together two essentially disparate ranges; tailoring and premium basics, tying both together with consummate ease.
Browne’s tailoring is universally heralded, mixing Savile Row principles with an almost shrunken, contemporary silhouette giving the classic suit a startlingly new dynamic. In contrast, the avant-garde designer has revitalised the premium basics market almost single-handedly, the four white stripes now a certified mark of quality.
The latest range of wardrobe staples sees the classic tee and polo shirt reimagined in a plethora of tricolour informed designs and colourways, whilst jersey sweat pieces are constructed to Browne’s exacting standards using a whole host of cotton infused fabrics and finishes.