Thom Browne is known as a master of tailoring, but he is also something of a poet when it comes to staging fashion shows. At the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, the American designer went for minimalism this season, with a bubble-wrapped decor. The looks were presented in several chapters and explored femininity within menswear. Thom Browne used fabrics intended for tailoring to create volumes that resembled female silhouettes, notably long dresses designed in patchworks. Minutes after the show, the designer discussed his collection— “It’s a confident individual who is true to himself”—while standing before a row of dolls that were unveiled on the podium during the finale, and reflected the looks of the collection. There was certainly enough to jog the minds of the important fashion journalists present, like Hamish Bowles, Caroline Daur and Amalie Gassmann…

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