Thom Browne deconstructed tailored trousers
Successfully nominated to and winner of a series of Designer Of The Year titles, Thom Browne began his journey in ready-to-wear in 2003. Perpetuating a timeless craftsmanship of handmade tailoring, his innovative garments are recognised by many museums around the world, just as his collections are equally esteemed in all corners of the globe. Straight from Japan, these tailored trousers were crafted from blue wool. The usually formal design is deconstructed by the signature stripe on both back sides of the piece, adding a fine casualty to it. This garment features everything a functional pair of trousers should have, from the belt loops on the waistband with the iconic signature tab, to a button and zip fastening, side slit pockets and two back welt pockets where one of them is closed by an anchor embossed gold-tone button. If there’s one way of creating a relaxed mood at the office, this is it.