Thom Browne Fashion Show - Menswear Spring/Summer Collection 2018 (with interview)

Designer: Thom BrowneAtmosphere: At the École des Beaux Arts, an exposition focusing on sculpted gold shoes in three different sizes: one designed for the male models, a heeled shoe, and another baby shoe, around which each model would stop.Collection: Asexual, the designer works the suit without any prejudice, from trousers, to skirts and dresses. Browne’s man sets forth in heeled shoes, wearing a suit reinvented in refined textures.Focus on: A bridegroom look comprising a suit at the front which transforms into a wedding dress toward the back.The long white shirt worn with the elegance of a dressTo note: The gold-threaded dog printThe large variety of bags.Interview Thom Browne: You start your life and you pretty much wear the same clothing, you know, for boys or girls, and then I think society dictates which way you go, and I think why should you listen to society, you should just be your own person.It’s all masculine. These are all men’s clothes, and it’s all just a new way of seeing these type of clothes. It’s being open-minded to not let society dictate what type of clothing you wear, and the confidence in a man being able to wear these clothes, I think would be overwhelming if I were to see it on the street.It changes the way they walk, it changes their whole approach to the type of clothing that they were wearing, and they almost walked more in a more masculine way in these shoes than they do in flat shoes. So, there’s a very simple message and story but I think there’s a lot of conversation within that simple story.Music of the show (only to be used in the context of the show, protected by the right to information)

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