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Thom Browne's Fall 2024 Collection at New York Fashion Week

Thom Browne's Fall 2024 Collection made a grand debut at New York Fashion Week on Valentine's Day. The collection was a perfect blend of both men's and women's ready-to-wear, with a strong focus on traditional tailoring, deconstructed silhouettes, and experimental fabrics.

About The Event

The show itself was akin to a classical theater performance, opening with a poetic recitation of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven," setting an eerie and dreamy atmosphere. The runway was a surreal snow-clad field, with a tree covered in silk moiré standing amid the haze. The collection featured a thirty-foot Chesterfield puffer, a school of ravens, and a golden bug, all showcased against a backdrop of wool flannel, velvet intarsia, and shredded denim tweed.

Photos from Thom Browne's Runway show, courtesy of Thom Browne.

The star-studded event included VIPs, the likes of Christopher Abbott, Tina Barney, Noah Beck, Rachel Brosnahan, Tory Burch, Janet Jackson, Queen Latifah, and Seulgi, to name a few.

Thom Browne is widely recognized for challenging and modernizing today's uniform. By questioning traditional proportions, Browne's designs consistently convey a true American sensibility rooted in quality craftsmanship and precise tailoring. The Fall 2024 Collection was no exception, as Browne's highly conceptual runway presentation gained global attention for its thought-provoking and dramatic themes and settings.

Thom Browne Runway show

Photo from Thom Browne's Runway show, courtesy of Thom Browne.

Browne's designs are a testament to his passion for craftsmanship and precision tailoring. The collection featured both men's and women's outerwear with strong shoulders cut from military-weight cashmere, hand-loomed tweeds, and bullion embroidery. The black-tie ensembles were deconstructed and transformed into modular panels that buttoned on and off one another, creating body-skimming looks. The cinched silhouettes made of dissected tailoring were defined by an hourglass shape.

Photos from Thom Browne's Runway show, courtesy of Thom Browne.

The showstopper was the beguiling golden bug, who emerged cloaked in a gold jacquard cape with debossed roses and black moiré intarsia ravens. Her hand-knit gold bouillon cardigan was held tight by a corset-topped skirt finished with a white silk duchess poof skirt. The show featured two figures in complementing black and white cashmere dresses, followed by boatneck poof dresses framed by intarsia cricket stripes and tweed skirts.

About Thom Browne

Thom Browne began his business with five suits in a small "by appointment" shop in New York City's West Village in 2001. In the years following, he expanded his business to include complete ready-to-wear and accessories collections for both men and women. Browne has also become known for his highly conceptual runway presentations.

Designer Thom Browne

Photo of Designer Thom Browne from Thom Browne's Runway show, courtesy of Thom Browne.

Browne has won numerous awards for his designs, including the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year Award (2006, 2013, 2016), the GQ Designer of the Year (2008), the FIT Couture Council Award (2017), and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award (2012). His designs are recognized by museums around the world, including the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Costume Museum at Bath, and the Mode Museum Antwerpen.

The brand is currently offered in over 300 leading department store and specialty boutique doors across 40 countries and through 110 retail stores, flagships, and shop-in-shops in key cities such as New York, London, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, San Francisco, Singapore, Vancouver, and Kobe. Since 2018, Thom Browne has been part of the Zegna Group, which currently retains 90% ownership and is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

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