Raised in Pennsylvania, Thom Browne's distinct approach to the man's suit has had an important influence on fashion in America and worldwide. Gaining an Economics degree at the University of Notre Dame, Browne moved to New York City in 1997 and eventually led the design of label Club Monaco.
Browne debuted his eponymous label in 2001 in order to challenge the accepted and increasing casualness of men's business dress. Thom Browne signatures include cropping, three-button fastenings, tailoring that exposes the ankles and wrists and trousers that lack belt-loops.
- Thom Browne features in a project.