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Thom Browne’s spring collection for Moncler was hyper-preppy, which means that, in typical T.B. fashion, he’s going against the grain, scratching at the door of an all-American look that has fallen out of fashion. I have to praise him for foregrounding the bucket hat—one of our favorite recent summer trends—and for showing 101 incarnations of seersucker, emphasizing the power of the quintessential lightweight summer fabric using different colors and different cuts.
This collection showed that seersucker can be a million different things. It can be black and white instead of white and blue. It can be an accent instead of your whole suit. It can be a solid, or have narrow stripes, are have wide awning stripes.
Thom also proved that you can really pile on the seersucker, as long as you’re varying the tone of the colors and the scale of the stripes.
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