Details: Carven’s head designer Guillaume Henry
Ph: Benoit Florencon
Thom Browne embraces the classics for Fall 2014
Set to debut in a year’s time and entitled Thom Browne New York, the new line from the renowned designer delivers a more classic approach to his trademark aesthetic. Focused on increasing wearability while portraying a contemporary feel, jackets and pants are given new lengths, maintaining the brand’s unique identity and personality. All made exclusively in U.S., as expected.
It’s often said that one’s home is the perfect reflection of one’s self. In a time when cities are becoming more and more cosmopolitan, home becomes your ultimate haven for peace and retreat from the hassles of everyday life. As such, it comes to no surprise that a great part of your personality is poured into this sanctuary: case in point? Thom Browne’s Manhattan apartment…
Thom Browne AW13 Lookbook
Stepping down from the overwhelming runway shows, the american designer presents a more toned down and, in my opinion, wearable collection, that manages to stay true to his roots and trademark elements such as padded shoulders, plaid patterns and high cropped pants.
CAMO by my good friend and designer Stefano Ughetti is another must see at the fair. Bringing an unconventional twist to traditional menswear essentials, especially in what regards suiting, Stefano always manages to deliver outstanding collections with a few trademark statement pieces in the mix. His unique approach was further recognized during last Pitti Uomo, with one of the suits being selected for Angelo Flaccavento’s “Vestirse da Uomo” exhibit. Stay tuned for their alternative live performances held within the Fortezza’s premises…