Transforming the catwalk into a winter paradise where a snow-floored forest scattered with saplings and divided by a long line of camp beds, Thom Browne transported guests to a fantasy winter wonderland, with a playful après-ski vibe to the collection. He also invited us to camp in the snow, and to protect his men from this frozen climate, he imagined a wardrobe mixing sportswear and tailoring.
“I wanted to go back to where it all started. I wanted to tell how the tailoring in the beginning was sportswear, and the sportswear was always tailoring”, Thom Browne said.
He blurred, mixed and coordinated jackets, long puffers with tailoring declined in suit, short or tuxedo versions which were worn underneath. In this hybrid game that he has always used, knit played a large part, made from wool used for blankets. Everything exuded luxury, with touches of fur, around the neck, on the sleeves and cuffs of a jacket that inspire comfort and warmth.