Fusing razor sharp suiting styles with his preppy aesthetic, New York designer Thom Browne issues this unconstructed blazer. Crafted from a resilient cotton twill, this piece features a notched lapel collar and welt and flap pockets to the body. Playing host to the brands 4 bar branding at the sleeve, three pockets provide essential storage space to the front with tricolour trims completing this luxe suiting option. 100% Cotton Twill Fabric Notched Lapel Button Closure Tricololur Grosgrain Pull-Tab Double Vent at Back Hem Made in Japan
Midnight-blue Slim-fit Unstructured Striped Cotton-twill Blazer
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4-BAR UNCONSTRUCTED BLAZER
The 4-Bar Unconstructed blazer by the Thom Browne fashion house gives a touch of elegance underpinned by a hint of boldness. Its classic lines, inspired by tailored jackets, meet the signature details of its designer. The four lines on the arms meet the badge, present on most of Thom Browne's creations for men.
Striped single-breasted cotton-twill blazer
Thom Browne’s navy single-breasted blazer is imbued with the label’s preppy codes – note the white Four-bar stripes around the sleeve and tricolour trim at the buttoned cuff placket. It’s tailored in Japan for a relaxed fit with a white appliqué logo patch above the hem. Product number: COLOUR: Navy COMPOSITION: 100% cotton. CARE: Dry clean Mid-weight cotton twill Notch lapels White-striped arm trim Welt and flap pockets White appliqué logo patch Buttoned cuffs, tricolour canvas trim Double vent Tricolour lining Single-breasted buttons
THOM BROWNE 4-BAR UNCONSTRUCTED SPORT COAT
415 Navy Natural (Veg)->Cotton 4-bar Unconstructed Sport Coat from Thom Browne.
Born in Pennsylvania in 1965, Thom Browne moved to New York City in 1997, where he worked in the creative department of Club Monaco, a position he kept until launching his own label. Believing that the modern ubiquity of casual dress makes for a gap in the market and lends the wearing of suits a sort of subversive edge, Browne has become known for his re-imagining of classic tailored cuts. He debuted his womenswear collection in 2003 and introduced his first full line of women’s ready-to-wear for spring 2011. Much like his menswear, his womenswear collection takes classic styles of dresses, jackets, and trousers—often in an American palette of red, white and navy—and adds edgy details such as sequined ginghams, textured weaves, and unique prints.