Tailor Made


Thom Browne‘s maverick approach to tailoring and radical interpretation of traditional forms  has inspired many men to sharpen their image in respects to how they dress. Extremes of proportions and the unconventional use of suiting fabrics are incorporated into his designs.  The slim and narrow silhouettes created by Thom’s  garments  have earned him a cult following and the Menswear Designer of the Year Award by the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of  America).

Thom Browne dressing a model backstage at his 2015 Fall/Winter show. Photograph by Julien Boudet

Through collaborations with Moncler, Harry Winston and Baccarat, Thom Browne‘s refined and detailed concepts have been incorporated into the design of many luxury goods.  His collaboration with Dita Eyewear offers a collection of appreciable sophistication which should appeal to anyone who’s fashion sense is finely honed but never predictable.


Each frame reflects the  uncompromised quality of it’s Japanese manufacturing.  Dita professes that their production involves 250 craftsman, laboring for 600 man hours over an eight month period, executing  individual steps of the process by hand.


Thom Browne frames feature sleek and refined components. Tip details in red, white and blue are separately tapped and plated. They are as emblematic as the grosgrain bands sewn on to each of the designer’s garments.  Tooled four-line detailed titanium nose pads and 12k plating are also distinctive features of the collection.

Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2015

The Thom Browne collection from Dita Eyewear is currently available at our Flagship location.


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