Thom Browne and Androgyny: A Look Back

With mainstream fashion now obsessed with androgyny and gender-less style, Thom Browne’s latest Spring 2018 collection, which showcases men in skirts, is getting a lot of kudos on social media for being forward-thinking. However, Thom Browne’s designs have a long history of blurring binary gender lines prior to his latest collection, and dapperQ has long been following Browne’s designs and his over-the-top fashion shows. (But we’re not so much fans of his lack of racial and ethnic diversity in model casting!) So, we decided to take a trip down memory lane, sharing some of our favorite androgynous looks from Browne’s collections over the years.

Fall 2010 collection via Vogue

Spring 2011 collection via Vogue

Fall 2012 collection via Vogue

Fall 2013 collection via Vogue

Spring 2014 collection via Vogue

Fall 2014 collection via Vogue

Spring 2015 collection via Vogue

Fall 2016 collection via Vogue

Fall 2017 collection via Vogue

Spring 2018 collection via Vogue


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