Thom Browne has only had his line since 2004 and has made major headway in both Men's and Womenswear categories for this fantasy approach to classic tailoring. Everyone can boast that they like to add a 'twist' to their design but Browne's aesthetic takes it to a level where you really wonder 'who would wear this? let alone buy these pieces' which really resemble more art than clothing. Not to mention that a buying Thom Browne pieces will set you back a few zeros. The American designer has experience working with Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco before starting his own label seeing a gap and ultimately pursuing it with flying colours. Evidence of that was from his numerous collaborations with Moncler, Supreme and Brooks Brothers. Not to mention high street brands adopting white, red and navy accents, mirroring the brand's famous colour codes. Grey is also a colour synonymous with Browne as it always finds a way in each collection in shade or pattern. Not for the faint-hearted Thom Browne has created a new aesthetic uniform and fantasy some will only dare to watch from the sidelines.