Thom Browne FW20 Spotlights Men's & Women's Collections Together for First Time

Starring 33 couples in identical ensembles.

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Thom Browne kicks off Paris Fashion Week with a landmark presentation that features the designer’s men’s and women’s collection together for the first time. Evoking the biblical narrative of Noah’s Ark, 33 bunny-eared couples took to the Parisian catwalk in identical ensembles while carrying a new series of animal bags. Men wore women’s clothes while women were clad in men’s clothes. Browne asked show attendees: “Which one is which?”

Classic preppy cues reigned supreme across outerwear, suiting, and accessories. Nontraditional silhouettes were also sprinkled into the mix including elongated puffers, pleated box skirts crafted out of sportcoats, and oversized grosgrain ribbons that adorned neatly trimmed collars.

Check out the FW20 looks by Thom Browne above. Elsewhere in fashion, Raf Simons unveils oversized sweater and tees with smiley face graphics.

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