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Thom Browne

Autumn 11

The look 18th-century eccentricity.

Silhouette Voluminous puffs and cuffs.

Key pieces Historically-inspired breeches and knickerbockers, floor-sweeping coats, edged frock coats and puff-sleeved shirts from the designer who has influenced so much of the recent menswear direction. High-breaking 4sb crombies were slim and neatly tailored, while blazers and jackets were short and shrunken. Sleeveless jackets and blazers with spliced or contrast-knitted sleeves were on trend; tailored trousers were cropped and cuffed.

Colours Signature red, white and blue; mid-level greys, white and black; grass green and burgundy. Heritage checked fabrics were also key.

Footwear Plain zip-up ankle boots, lace-up army boots and monk-strap shoes.

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