New York Fashion Week | Thom Browne Spring 2010

This season, Thom Browne went with a different mode of action, not only in presenting at his New York store on Hudson Street but also in the notable absence of his signature suiting that we love so much. Deciding to put more focus on a wider variety of options - to say the least - the collection is one that fails to have any clear direction but delivers on providing pieces that are fashionable, largely fashion-forward, and possibly a bit not commercial enough. Silhouettes are all over the place with great cuts, bold colors and prints, cropped bell bottoms, skirts, and outerwear galore. To gain a true appreciation for the collection you must dissect each outfit, because although everything seems everywhere each piece could become quite the addition to your wardrobe. While not exactly "economic friendly", the collection is great in that Browne offers more, expresses more, and delivers more. Is anything wrong with that? I think not.

Image Source: The Fashionisto via WWD


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