Thom Browne Goes Heavy on the Stripes for Moncler Gamme Bleu's 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

All in a healthy dose of red, white and blue.

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Thom Browne is once again at the helm of French outfit Moncler’s Gamme Bleu imprint for Fall/Winter 2017, taking to Milan today to unveil the label’s followup to this season’s Boy Scout-inspired looks. This time around, mountain climbing served as the main inspiration for the range as carabiners and climbing rope could be found as detailing throughout. The main focal point, however, was undoubtedly stripes as diagonal patterns graced everything from suiting and outerwear to shorts and beanies. As you may expect, Browne and Moncler’s penchant for red, white and blue remained intact while grey and black acted as accents for the patriotic mountaineering ensembles. Browne even included an understated all-black look for good measure while the line’s trim blazers dutifully tied the Moncler release back in to Browne’s own signature label.

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