NEW YORK, United States —Thom Browne might be more straightforward than his fanciful fashion would have you believe.
Being Thom Browne: His Moment Is Now (NY Times) “‘Other designers get cross-pollinated a lot,’ Michael Hainey, deputy editor of GQ, said in discussing Mr. Browne. ‘You know, suddenly everyone’s showing orange this season because that designer’s fabric person is researching the same fabric as three other people. Thom stands apart. He’s always stood apart.’ He is a game-changer, Mr. Hainey added, a
Thom Browne’s New Deal (On the Runway) “Thom Browne… has sold the majority stake of his business to the Cross Company, the Japanese apparel company he began a relationship with in August. The deal, announced Thursday, lets Mr. Browne maintain creative control of his collection. It will also take some financial pressure off the designer.” Saks Trades Sales for Margin After Discount Setback (Bloomberg) “Saks
Is Thom Browne Going Downe? (Blackbook) With lavish spending on tailors and elaborate shows, Thom Browne’s business may be amongst the first high-profile independent designers to face financial difficulties as demand for his high-priced shrunken suits wanes. Breaking into the West is hard to do (IHT) Due to Indian designers “lack of Western-style business structure and of financial support” their effort to break