Thom Browne enjoys the cinema, which he intended for from his early days in Los Angeles, even trying himself in front of the camera. Unhappy with the result, he looked for another creative path and got his start at Giorgio Armani, first, then at Club Monaco, a branch of Polo Ralph Lauren, for which he led the development team. He launched his first collection in 2003, and the public discovered his cinematic, phantasmagorical, powerful, mysterious universe, between Noces Funèbres and the great black and white classics of the 1930s.
Browne loves suits with a passion for great tailoring, that is, well cut above all. He also knows how to listen to his inspirations, lets talk about his travels, including his expeditions to Japan, among others. His signature, recognizable among all, is undoubtedly the cut of his pants which marks a stop far above the ankle.
Today, in his rare spare time, he collaborates with a few brands, including Moncler Gamme Bleue, or imagines contemporary installations around the world. With the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum for example, for which he declined the installation made in Paris in 2015, adding a selection of 50 mirrors chosen from the museum's collection.