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About Thom Browne

Since debuting his menswear collection in 2001, Thom Browne has become of the most influential designers in the fashion industry — and it’s easy to see why. Browne’s classic, chic dress shirts and business suits offer perfect fits and distinctive features such as flat-front pants, mother-of-pearl buttons, and narrow lapels. Shoes, including classic brogue boots and wingtips, are handcrafted in the UK from the finest pebble grain calfskin leather and outfitted with metal toe and heel taps. Browne’s many career successes include being named by GQ magazine as its 2008 “designer of the year” and having his work exhibited in the Victoria and Albert Museum. In 2006 Browne partnered with Brooks Brothers to design its exquisite Black Fleece collection for men and women; in 2008 the French sportswear company Moncler chose him to design its menswear line, Moncle Gamme Bleu.

Past Sales Featuring Thom Browne

Sale Ended December 25, 2010

Blazers and Vests

We all know it's a new day in men's fashion, and dressing sharp is <i>de rigueur</i>. A blazer is a must, and a vest is always a viable option—whether for the office, a holiday party, or out at night. We've selected a group of our smartest pieces for your consideration.

Sale Ended November 11, 2014

Perfect Day Dresses

No-brainer looks for on-the-clock hours.

Sale Ended November 15, 2010

Designer 101

For the man who wants to take his fashion a step beyond the everyday without pushing the outer limits of style, the looks in our Designer 101 sale are perennial best bets. We've got offbeat jackets and sweaters by Ann Demeulemeester, sleek motorcycle jackets and suits by Costume National, sharp Marni blazers and much more. Gentlemen, start your engines.

Sale Ended June 03, 2011

Beach Sweater

No, it’s not an oxymoron. As any guy that’s spent time on the sand after the sun goes down knows, it can get a bit nippy beachside. But a little chill is no reason to retreat back indoors. Just throw on one of these handy, summer-friendly knits, and keep things going as long as you like—maybe even until the sun comes back up.

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