Thom Browne shoots wearability to the moon at Little Prince-inspired New York show

Fashion designer ignores trend towards ordinary in his first outing since winning four stripes case against Adidas

Chatter at New York fashion week is about something far from remarkable – the return to “ordinary” wearable clothes on the catwalk rather than those that chase the viral moment. But American designer Thom Browne didn’t get the memo. His collection shown on Tuesday evening was fantastical.

The set featured a “crashed” old-fashioned aeroplane and the first two models – so said the voiceover – were visitors to a new planet. One wore a padded romper suit while the other had puffed spiky hair and a blazer with Browne’s contentious four stripes on the arm.

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