Thom Browne unveiled his Spring/Summer 2015 collection during Paris Fashion Week and stunned fashion fans with a conceptual menswear line that reminded one of waxed toy soldier figurines.
The designer's latest collection embodied a wearable art aesthetic and highlighted sculptural accents that framed its models' bodies.
The line showcased padded suit jackets and pants that were accompanied by cadet-inspired hats. These sculptural hats took their visual inspiration from traditional military accessories and added to the collection's combative theme.
In addition to its mix of padded accents, the Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2015 collection also featured a range of structured suit silhouettes that played with various angles and pleats.
Following in the footsteps of his previous, athletic-themed collections, Thom Browne opts for a similar aesthetic but takes a more militant route with his latest showing.