GQ UK recently caught up with Thom Browne in London as the famed New York menswear designer celebrated the arrival of his second collection at Knightsbridge. Speaking on several different topics, Thom breaks down some interesting facts, including the art of designing clothes .
” Thom Browne doesn’t do lunch. But he, like most of us, will make an exception for Harrods. In London to celebrate the arrival of his second collection of smaller-silhouetted menswear at the Knightsbridge store, he doesn’t want to appear rude. “That’s good for the GQ readers to know – he chose the focaccia,” he says with a conspiratorial smile, sitting in the luxuriant surroundings of the Capital restaurant. Softly spoken, considered and often very funny, he fondly recalls disrobing for Terry Richardson for GQ Style (“The last thing you needed was to see me in another grey suit! I think even Terry was a little shocked”). Here he tells GQ.com about New York style, advising Barack Obama and turning down Mr Peanut…”
The piece in its entirety can be read here.