Thom Browne | Celebrating the Designer's First Imprint

Out Now from Phaidon

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Cerys Davies

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20 years ago, Thom Browne revolutionized professional wear with the modernization of the suit. To commemorate the success of the past several decades, the house was excited to release its first imprint this past fall. Starting from the beginning of the brand to where it is today, the book tells the entire story behind the brand with specially commissioned photographs from every collection. 

The Phaidon monograph is curated and introduced by the chief curator at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, Andrew Bolton. As a creative himself, he examines Browne’s design philosophy through the never seen before imagery and archives. Each page displays different runways and looks separated by vellum paper which provides a more artistic lens and a tribute to the brand’s iconic use of four stripes. The title was released this past fall and is available for purchaseHERE.

This coming Saturday, April 6th, Thom Browne will be hosting a book signing in Los Angeles at Arcana: Books on the Arts. Reserve a spot HERE.

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Thom Browne, Andrew Bolton