New York Fashion Week: Thom Browne Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear

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American fashion designer Thom Browne presented his Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection during New York Fashion Week.

Brand: Thome Browne 

Founder and Head of design: Thome Browne 

Season: Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear

Inspiration: A fall outing. 

Trends: Trench coats, sweaters, dresses, ties, button-ups, shorts, blazers, vest, pants, trousers, suits, and more.

Palette: Fur, grey, black, white, animal prints, skate blades, intarsia theme, quilted fabrics, patchwork argyles and fabrics made from sewn-together ribbon.

Models: A diverse group of models walked the runway during the show.

Below is a recap from the show via Vogue Runway.

Browne‚Äôs latest outing was all about fabrics, really. Eschewing any dresses at all, he sent out a wide variety of suit-inspired ensembles that derived their occasionally extraordinary charm from the materials Browne developed to make them. These ranged from a material constructed from looped thread to iterations on an intarsia theme to quilted fabrics that showed off the puffer expertise Browne has attained during his tenure at Moncler Gamme Bleu. The most special of Browne‚Äôs textiles were the patchwork argyles and fabrics made from sewn-together ribbon; these worked against the uniformity of his tailored looks with their suggestion of delicacy or volatility, or both. It was that tension that accounted for this collection‚Äôs uncharacteristic heat.”

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