Thom Browne- Fashion show- WOMEN'S collection Autumn-Winter 2016/17 in New York (avec interview)

Inspiration: Washington Square, New York, in the 20s, in continuity with the menswear collectionColour: the grey of course, the designer’s fetish colour, a touch of red for the first dress, and transparenciesFabrics: rich and luxurious, everything is thought about, carefully worked by hand, shaved fur, silk twillFocus on: these transparent shirts without collars, nude or black versions, with big sleevesNote: the whale or dog-shaped accessories, a nod to the one belonging to the designerInterview from Thom Browne:We are in Washington Square Park in the 20’s through the depression and women are appropriating their existing clothing into something new and it was the same story as the men but for the men’s approach they wear their clothes differently than the women did. There is so much work in patterns, but they were all patterns from classic pieces and appropriating them into new pieces of clothes. The fabrics and the light grey and the pearls and the light blue is the colour story for the collection. Music of the show, (donot reuse for more than 7 days after the show)

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