Thom Browne

100 Hudson Street
David Biscaye
2006

Stepping into the Thom Browne store might make you feel like Don Draper is in the next room having a whiskey pitching customers on the designer’s slim suits and entertaining seasonal themes, but with more exposed ankle and shrunken blazers than you’d every find in the ‘60s. A sense of secrecy is kept in tact with a set of venetian blinds separating the everyday peon from the made-to-measure customers, who wait on mid-century love seats for their tailored suits.

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