Thom Browne is cool and fun, in fact, so cool and fun that it remains a bit shocking that he still has his runway shows in New York. Thom Browne, don’t ever leave! For Fall 2017, he created a little Winter Wonderland for us all, as filtered through a broken mirror into the Upside Down.
Thom Browne, that wily genius who imagines his collections as just a little bit (or a lot) off-perspective from what you or I might see, has done the damn thing again with Spring 2017, in which he referenced old photographs from the ‘60s and ‘70s and essentially gave the Valley of the Dolls an acid freak-out.
This is what The Joker looks like without that gaudy purple outfit. Here he is draped instead in runway looks from brands like Raf Simons, Supreme and Thom Browne.
Health goth is dead because fucking real goth is back, my cool little vampiras. All you fools in your little weenie Nike Free Runs, jogging tights and HBA jammies prepare to fall back because Real Goth is in town this fashion week and is set to destroy your downtown trustafarian personae with glares and severe face…
For his fall/winter collection, Thom Browne went from mental asylum to convent — keeping the unsettling flourishes and dramatic, oversized silhouettes constant, of course.
I mean it literally when I say for the demon in you — this collection, presented in New York City as part of New York Fashion week, is perfect for the woman-about-town who's possessed by a terrifying spirit from from a 19th century mental institution.
During Fashion Week, we've been milling around the tents, going to off-site shows, Fashion's Night Out events and sneaking backstage to find out how much people—designers, stylists, editors, celebrities, Real Housewives—pay for their shoes.
Holy mother of God, it's here. The September Issue, the long-awaited uncensored look inside Vogue, premiered last night at the Museum of Modern Art. And yes, everyone was there. And yes, there was a delicious mix of glam and bizarro.
Did you know that ties were "out" but now they're back in? (Is it just us or do we sound like Heidi Klum?). We didn't either, but today's NY Times "Thursday Styles" section told us so. The thing is, the writers and editors on the Times' Style desk are well-known for pulling stories out of their asses, so we decided…