Thom Browne spring/summer men’s collection 2022

Introducing Thom Browne’s short film

…Looking Forward to Tomorrow…

…dawn to dusk…

…dusk to dawn…

…he runs…

…he is a runner…

…he is nowhere…

…he is alone…but never lonely…

…he is looking forward to tomorrow…

…he is looking forward to tomorrow…

Premiering as part of Mens’Spring 2022 Paris FashionWeek, … Looking Forward toTomorrow… depicts the comfortable loneliness of a marathon runner intraining. His comfort in being alone is truly inspirational.

Set in the expansive flatlands of northern New Mexico,the film follows our runner as he prepares to compete against the current world record-holder. Hewakes at dawn and trains until dusk, day after day.

As he trains on the open roads and rests each nightin his open-frame house, the runner is alone but never lonely. When event day arrives, his world becomesa new adventure. He and his fellow competitors celebrate the event day and compete as animated versions of Thom Browne’s drawings.

In his signature colors, the runner moves throughthe city and finally into the stadium. His fortitude and commitment to training lead him across the finishline, out of the stadium, and ultimately back home, where he is alone but not lonely. He gets into bed and turnsout he light. He is known for his generosity of spirit.He is known for his quiet endurance. He is known forhis world record. He is looking forward to tomorrow.

Thom Browne is widely recognized for challenging andmodernizing today’s uniform. By questioning traditional proportions, Browne’s designs consistently convey a true American sensibility rooted in quality craftsmanship and precise tailoring.

In 2001, he began his business with 5 suitsin a small “by appointment” shop in NewYork City’s West Village and, in the years following, expanded his business to include complete ready-to-wear and accessories collections for both men (2003) and women (2011).

Moreover, Browne has become known for hishighly conceptual runway presentations which have gained global attention for their thought provoking and dramatic themes and settings. Browne has been honored with the CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year Award (2006, 2013, 2016), the GQ Designer of theYear (2008), the FITCouture CouncilAward (2017) as well as the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award (2012).

His designs are recognized worldwide in museums such as the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria &Albert Museum, the Costume Museum at Bath and the Mode Museum Antwerpen.

The brand is currently offered in more then 300 leading department store and specialty boutique doors across 40 countries and through 68 retail stores, flagships and shop-in-shops in key cities such as NewYork, London, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Seoul.

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