As the head designer of Club Monaco for several years, Thom Browne was already a master at cutting the perfect suit for men before the launch of his own label in 2004. With nothing holding him back, Browne injected his sense of humor and wit into his collections, often breaking the limitations and standards set for menswear. The Thom Browne man is not afraid to wear skirts, short shorts with bright red knee-high socks, yellow raincoats, and loves to roll up the hem of his pants. Browne reinvents the classic American look with a dose of fun and eccentricity. His whimsical and flamboyant creations stem from his playful inspirations that range from the perfect beach resort to the tennis court and even a circus freak show. His trademark plaid prints and signature colors, red, white, blue, and grey, were translated into his much anticipated debut menswear-inspired womenswear collection for spring 2011.
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