Earlier this year, New York designer Thom Browne showcased his 2017 fall/winter collection in Paris that showcased a variety of geometric shapes that was just as beautiful as it was weird. While it may have seemed too far out there for some, Browne has always been known for his showmanship on the runway. While is 2018 spring/summer collection doesn’t offer the same theatrics as the last collection he exhibited in Paris, it did have a variety of looks that showed Browne’s keen eye for tailoring.
The collection featured a number of single and double-breasted jackets and blazers, coming in both solid colors and lined with white vertical stripes. Browne’s signature puppy dog silhouette makes an appearance in yellow, printed on a navy blue blazer and paired with a long pleated skirt. The collection offers a wide variety of different fitting styles, showing once again that Thom Browne deserves to be in the conversation when talking about the world’s best tailors. View the full collection above and don’t forget to take a look at the rest of our Paris Fashion Week Men’s coverage.
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— Thom Browne (@ThomBrowneNY) June 25, 2017