Thom Browne has officially opened his first San Francisco flagship in Jackson Square.
Situated inside the revered Yeon Building, which is rumored to have housed the first French consulate in San Francisco, the brand’s Bay Area outpost marks its latest collaboration with architect Flavio Albanese of ASA Studioalbanese, who spearheaded the store’s design. Across 1,250 square feet, the space champions the designer’s recognizable mid-century modern style with rows of fluorescent tube lighting, white Calcutta and Carrara marble floors and banker grey Bardiglio and Carrara marble walls.
The space is decorated with minimalist furniture from American and French designers alike. Among them, Jacques Adnet offered seating and lamps, T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings crafted the store’s desk, Knoll did the office chairs, McCobb created benches, Mathie Mategot supplied the coffee tables and Maison Jansen was behind the display etagere.
The imprint’s classic men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, tailoring and accessories take over two retail areas. Dressing rooms are situated just off the main floor, alongside distinct vignettes for Thom Browne eyewear and Vetyver fragrances.
Thom Browne’s San Francisco flagship is now open at 432 Jackson Street. Take a look inside the store in the gallery above.